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No. 420 LACKA\A^ANNA AVE. 

Capital, $500,000. Surplus, $50,000. 



DANIEL HOWELL. President. THOMAS MCORE, Vice-President. 

J. T. RIOHARDS. Cashier. 

Jitisiness Accounts Solicited, 

THOMAS MOORE, vriyw in\ri->c * rki i, * !>• »• BKAINARD, 
DANIEL HOWELL, ^^ ^^ ''ONLS. of Olyphaut, j^j^^g JORDAN. ' 



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Incorporated ^pril 15tlj, 1872, 

THIRD NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, SCHANTON, PA. 



Present Capital, 
Authorized Capital, 
Surplus, 



$200,000. 

1 ,000,000. 

33,000. 



ALFRED HAND, President. LEWIS PUGHE, Vice-President. | 

N. H. SHAPES, Cashier. 



LEWIS PUGHE, JAS. ARCHBALD, FRED. W. GUNSTER. 

EDW'D C. LYNDE, WM. CONNELL, ALFRED HAND, 

H. M. BOIES, JOHN JERMYN, GEO. H. CATLIN. 




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se ceneriUIy, on lil.cral tM-ins." Tlie C..Mi|i:inv !i.l..iiteil M its organization all 

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erajte or loss. II isciononiicallv ami prnileiitlv loanajje.l, anil conservative in 

liisks carerully selecle.l ana liniiled to' such amounls, and distributed 

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r the rorcMM.ft or our Ir.cal institutions, and offers to the public all 
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are all well-known gentlemen or the highest 

responsibility. It tlierercne behooves the farmer, mechanic, merchant, tbe'guar- 
dian, e.-tecutor and administrator of estates, the trustees or churches, scliool- 
and .'U'Hdemies, to uphold by their patronage, this home company, ami 
thus aid in retaining in our miilst the large volume of uionev that Is sent Vearlv 
to distant suites and countries for indemnity against loss bv tire. 



lOFFICK OF THE COMPANY.] 

iSr Applications can be made lo tin- orticc ortlie (.'ompanv. or to anv of its local ;igent.s .u- solicitors, ami am in^ 
lormali.m on tile snl>ie.t may be oblaineil by communi.ating «ilb otticers or ilirectors at Scranton, Ha. 

NONE BUT PEESONS OP APPROVED CHAEACTEE ACCEPTED AS MEUBEES THEEEOP. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 

HOiN. JOHN IIANDI.KI. .\. S. IIO 11 KNSTEIN. I). U. UllAINAKIf. 

I'ATUICK McfANN, WILLIAM SCHULL, 

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IHi.N. V. 1>. CULLIN,-*. K. N. WII.I.AIU), IKJN. K. W. (iUNSTKR 

OFFICERS. 

liKORtJK L. DICKSON, Vice-Pn- 



E. P. KINGSHUKY, 
.lOSEPH H. t;iNSTKK. 
B. K. LKONAIU), 



WILLIAM ASSIGN, Sec'y. 

Reliable Agents wanted In all Towns and Boroughs of the Country. 




IlNrCOK-lF'Oia-A^TIBID J"^A.3^. 3, 1871. 
CHARTER PERPETUAL. 

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Assets, January 1st, 1878, $139,288.24. 

Home Office in Co-operative Building, 
MAIN STREET, HYDE PARK, PA. 



B. HUGHES, President. 

H. M. EDWARDS, Vice-Pres. 



HON. D. M. JONES. Treasurer. 
H. E. EVANS, Sec'v & Gen'l Ag't. 



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LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Business Directory, 



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1879-80. 



CONTAINING THE NAMES AND POST-OFFICE AD- 
DRESS of the BUSINESS MEN, FIRMS, FARM- 
ERS AND INCORPORATED COMPANIES 
IN THE ABOVE-NAMED COUNTY, 

TOGETHER WITH A RECORD OF THE 

COUNTY, CITY, BOROUGH AND TOAVN GOVERNMENTS, 

AND OTHER VAI.UABI,E INFORMATION. 



" I vouch not for the truth, d'ye see, 
But tell the tale as 'twas told to me." 



M. NORTON, 

Bookseller and Stationer, 

322 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton, Fa, 



E. B. MARCY, Nev/sdealer, 
318 Main St., Carbondale, Fa. 



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INDEX. 



Page 
Academies, Colleges, and 

Schools 33 

Agents, Emigration 34 

Agents, Insurance 34 

Agents, Pension 34 

Agents, Real Estate 34 

Ai:ricultaral Implementa 34 

Aldermen 35 

Architects 35 

Artists 35 

Awning Manufacturers 36 

Axe Manufacturers 36 

Bakers 36 

Basket Manufacturers 36 

Bed Spring Manufacturers . . 36 

Belting 36 

Blacksmiths 37 

Blacksmiths' Supplies 40 

Bleachers and Dyers 40 

Bolts and Nuts 40 

Bookbinders 40 

Booksellers and Stationers. . 40 

Boot and Shoe Dealers 41 

Boot and Shoe Makers 42 

Boot and Shoe Manufactur- 
ers 45 

Bottlers 45 

Brass Founders 46 

Brewers . 46 

Brush Block Manufacturers . 46 

Building Materials 46 

Carpenters and Builders 46 

Carpets 48 

Carpet Weavers 48 

Carriage Hardware 49 

Carriage Manufacturers 49 

Carriage Makers 49 

Carriage Umbrellas 50 

Cattle Dealers 50 

Cement Pipe Manufacturers. 50 

Chair Manufacturers 50 

Cider Manufacturers 50 

Civil Engineers 51 

Clairvoyant 51 

Clothing Dealers 51 

Clothing, Retail 51 

Coal Dealers, Retail 51 

Coal Companies— Miners and 

Shippers 52 

Coal Screen Manufacturers. . 54 
Coffee and Spice Manufac- 
turers 54 

CoflSn Manufacturers 54 

Commission Merchants 54 



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Confectioners, Retail 54 

Coopers 56 

Cordage, Rope, and Twine . 56 

Corset Manufacturers 56 

Costumers 56 

Cotton Waste 56 

Country Stores 56 

Crockery, Glass, and China -", 

Ware 61 

Crockery, Glass, and China 

Ware, Wholesale 61 

Dentists 61 

Dining Rooms 62 

Doors, Sashes, and Blinds — 

Manufacturers of 62 

Drain Pipes and Chimney 

Tops 62 

DrajTnen 63 

Dressmakers 62 

Druggists 63 

Dry Goods, Retail ... 64 

Dry Goods, Wholesale 65 

Dyers and Scourers 65 

Edge Tools 65 

Engraver 65 

IHevators, Manufacturers of. 65 

Fancy Goods 66 

Farmers 66 

Fertilizers 88 

Files 88 

Fire Brick 88 

Fish and Oysters 88 

Florists 88 

Flour, Feed and Grain 88 

Flour Mills 89 

Fruits and Vegetables 89 

Fruits, Wholesale 90 

Furnaces and Heaters, Manu- 
facturers of 90 

Furnaces and Ranges 90 

Furniture Dealers 91 

Galvanized Iron Cornices.. 92 

Gas Fixtures 92 

Gents' Furnishing Goods... 92 
Grindstones and Fixtures. . . 92 

Grist Mills 92 

Grocers, Retail 93 

Grocers, Wholesale 98 

Guano 98 

Gunsmiths 98 

Hairdressers 99 

Hair Manufacturers and 

Dealers 100 

Handles, Axe and Pick 100 









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INDEX. 



Page 

Hardware and Cutlery 10 

Harness and Saddle Makers. 100 

Hats, Caps and Furs 101 

Hay Dealers 101 

Hay Scales 101 

Hides 103 

Horse Nails 102 

Horseshoes 102 

Hotels 102 

House Furnishing Goods 106 

Ice Dealer 107 

Insurance Companies 107 

Iron Founders 107 

Iron and Steel Dealers 107 

Iron and Steel Manufactur- 
ers 107 

Junk 108 

Justices of the Peace 108 

Ladies' Underwear, Manu- 
facturers of 109 

Lamp Wick 109 

Lanterns 110 

Lawn Mowers 110 

Lawyers 110 

Leather and Finding's 113 

Looking Glasses and Picture 

Frames 113 

Lime, Plaster and Cement. . 112 

Livery Stables 112 

Lubricating Oils, Manufac- 
turers of 112 

Lumber Dealers 113 

Marhinists and Machinery 

Manufacturers 114 

Mantels and Grates 114 

Marble Workers 114 

Masons, Builders 114 

Meat Markets 114 

Mechanics' Tools 116 

Mercantile Agencies 117 

Merchant Tailors 117 

Metal Dealers 118 

Milliners 118 

Mine Inspector 119 

Miners' Lamps 119 

Mine Supplies 119 

Mining Machinery Manufac- 
turers 119 

Music and Musical Instru- 
ments 119 

Nails 119 

Newsdealers 120 

Oculists and Aurists 120 

Optician 120 

Organ Builder 120 

Painters, House and Sign . . 120 

Paint Manufacturers 120 

Paints, Oils and Glass 121 

Paper and Twines 131 

Paper Hangings and Window 

Shades 121 

Paper Patterns 121 

Paper Stock 121 



Page 

Patent Medicines 121 

Photographers 122 

Physicians 123 

Pianos and Organs 125 

Planing Mills 125 

Plumbers and Gasfltters 125 

Powder Manufacturers 125 

Printers, Book and Job. . . .126 

Printing Paper 127 

Produce 127 

Provisions 127 

Pumps, Dealers in 127 

Rag Dealers 128 

Railroad Iron, Dealers in ...12b 

Railroad Supplies 128 

Refrigerators 1 28 

Restaurants 129 

Roofing and Cornices 130 

Rubber Goods 130 

Safety Fuse and Squibs .... 130 

Sand Paper and Glass 130 

Saloons 130 

Saw Mills 135 

Scales, Dealers in 136 

Scales, Manufacturers of 136 

Seeds .136 

Segar Manufacturers 136 

Sewing Machines 136 

Shirt Manufacturers 137 

Shovels 137 

Slate Dealers 137 

Soap Manufacturers 137 

Stables 137 

Steam and Gas Fitters, and 

Supplies 138 

Stoves and Tinware 138 

Stove Manufacturers 139 

Tailors 139 

Tanners and Curriers 140 

Teas,CofEees & Spices,Retail.l40 
Terra Cotta and Sewer Pip«.140 
Tinsmiths and Sheet Iron 

Workers 140 

Tobacconists, Retail 141 

Tobacconists, Wholesale — 141 

Toe Calks 141 

Toys 141 

Trunks and Valises 141 

Undertakers 141 

Upholsterers 142 

Veterinary Surgeons 142 

Vinegar Manufacturers 142 

Watchmakers and Jewelers. 142 

Water Proof Paper 143 

Weather Strips 143 

Western Grain 143 

Wines and Liquors, Retail. .143 
Wines and Liquors, Whole- 
sale 144 

Wood Turners 144 

Wooden and Willow Ware, 

Wholesale 144 

Yeast Manufactureri 144 



CONTENTS. 



Page 

Appendix 145 

Banks 155 

Borough Governments 149 

City Governments 146, 149 

Incorporated Companies 160 

Insurance Companies 159 

Lackawanna County Officers 145 

MUitary 165 

Newspapers 164 

Post Offices in Lackawanna county 145 

Scranton Board of Insurance 163 

Scranton Board of Trade 163 

Town Governments 152 

U. S. Internal Revenue 164 



Moody^s Shirts^ 
Moody's Shirts^ 
Moody's Shirts. 

p. O. MOODY, Manufacturer, 

105 Lackawanna Ave., SCRANTON, PA. 

mmi HOUSE AND LIVERY STABLES, 

A. L. Foote, Proprietor. 

118 Franklin Ave., SORA.NTON, PA, 
OLD FACES, NEW BEDS, YOUNG HORSES. 

A. S. HOTTENSTEIN, 

Attorney at Law 

Office, No. 413 Lackawanna Avenue, 

(at the Wyoming House.) 

SCRANTON, PA. 

Special attention is given to tlie securing and collection of claiis. 

Residence f No. 305 Jefferson Avenue, 

REF-ICRKI^CKS : 

The Post Master, Scranton, Pa. 

The First National Bank of Scranton, Pa. 

The Merchants' and Mechanics' Banli, Scranton, Pa. 

The Scranton Savings Bank and Trust Co.. Scranton, Pa. 
Hon. John Handley, Additional Law Judge. • 



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HYGIENE OF THE BRAIN. 



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HYGIENE OF THE BRAIN. 



The Cure of Nervousness. 

BY m. L. HOLBROOK, M. D. 

FART Z. 

CHAPTER \.—THE BRAIN 

CHAPTER 1.—THE SPINAL CORD 

CHAPTER d.~ THE CRANIAL AND SPINAL NER VES 

CHA PTRR 4. — THE S YMPA THETIC NER VO US S YSTEM 

CHAPTER 5.— HOW THE NERVES ACT 

CHAPTER 6.— HAS NER TO US A CTIVITY AJS Y LIMIT f 

CHAPTER 7.— NERVOUS EJPHAUSTION 

CHAPTER S.—HOW TO CURE NERVOUSNESS 

CHAPTER 9.— THE CURE OF NERVOUSNESS {Coiiti/iued) 

CHAPTER 10. — VALUE OF A LARGE SUPPLY OF FOOD IN NERVOUS 

DISORDERS 

CHAPTER n.— FIFTY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS ANSWERED 

CHAPTER 12.— WHAT OUR THINKERS AND SCIENTISTS SA Y 

Chapter IS contains Hints on the following Subjects : 

Expectant Attention— TTm. B. Carpenter, M. D., F. R. S. Normally Developed Brains— E. //. 
Clarke, M. D. Alcohol Enfeebles the Reason — Benjamin W. RichariUon, M. D., F. R. S. Women 
and Brain Labor— t^ance8 Piyiver Cobbe. Difference between Man's and Woman's Brain— G. Spurz- 
helm, M. D. Kejuvenating- Power of Sleep— J. R. Blach. M. D. Physiolog-ical Effects of Excessive 
Uraln Labor- Vrdham A. Hammond, M. D. Training Both Sides of the Brain— iJr. Segmn. Amount 
of Blood Necessary to Mental Yisor— Alexander Bain, LL. D. Take Care of Your Health— JoJiri 
TundaU, LL.D.,F.R.S. Neuter verbs— ^rc/ib/8?K>j3 u'hately. Exercising the Brain— L(o/ie/ Jo?ui 
Benle, M. R. C. S. How Chancellor Kent was Educated— C?iaiHfHr>r Kent. Origin of Abuse of the 
Mind— Robe>rt Macintostt,. InteUeot Not All— Dr. Brown Sequard. Eai-ly Mental Cultura a MistaKe 
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M. D. F. R. S. 

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10. A Bronson Alcott— An Interesting Letter from 

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12. William E. Dodge— Suggestions from 

13. Henry Hyde Lee— A Business Man's Suggestions 

U. Dio LewiSjM. D.— His Advice to his Namesake 

15. Frederic Beecher Perkins — Suggestions for Brainworkers 

16. Jctdoe Samuel A. Foot- His Habits of Study and Work (aged 88) 

17. Mark Hopkins- A few Suggestions to Students 

18. William Cullen Bryant— How he Conducted his Physical and InteUectual Life 

19. William Howitt — The English Poet, and his H ibits from Boyhood to Old Age 

30. Rev. John Todd— His Workshop as a means of Recreation 

21. Rev. ^as. Cleveland— How he Lived to nearly 100 Years 

23. W. A., M. D.— How to Banish Bad Feelings by Force 

23. Sarah J. Hale— A Letter Written when She was 90 

24. Horace & Mary Mann— Most valuable Hints from 

26. J0LIA E. Smith— At 88, and How she has Lived 

26. Mary J. Studley, M. D.— On Nervousness in Schoolgirls 

27. Elizabeth Oakes Smith— On Headaches 

28. Rebecca B. Gleason, M. D.— Her Means of Resting the Bi-aln 



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CONTENTS. 

General view of the Liver. Effect of a Deranged Liver on the Nerves 



Functions of the Liver. 

The Bile : Its Quantity and Uses. 

Derangements of the Liver. 

Torpidliver. 

Relation of the Liver to the Kidneys, 

Diseases caused by Uric Acid. 

Diseases caused by Deranged Liver. 



Effect of Disease of the Liver on the Heart. 

Causes of Liver Complaint. 

The Home Cure of Diseases of the Liver. 

Miscellaneous Questions Answered. 

Mental Dyspepsia : Its Treatment. 

Headaches, and their Cure. 

Practical Notes Concerning Headaches 



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The Relations of the Sexes. 

BY MRS. E. B. DUFFEY. 

AUTHOR OF "what WOMEN SHOULD KNOW," "NO SEX IN EDUCATION," KTC 

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. Introductory Chapter 

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SroWine Oirls. — The Development of "Womanhood ; 
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Dangers of Ignorance of the Menses ; Over-Exertion 
Causes Immaturity ; Treatment. 

Amenorrhea.— Ks Peculiarities and its Bemedies : Fx- 
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Pregnancy. — Indications of; Stomach Troubles; 

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Bathing of Babies.— General Directions. 

Dress of Infants. — Remarks ; Tight Dressing ; Our 
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Weaning. — General Directions. 

Feeding of Infants.— Remarks ; Wet Nurses ; Foundline- 
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Confidential to Mothers.— Retnarks ; How to Teach the 
Young. 

Intentional Abortion.— General Remarks. 

Accidental Abortion. -Preventives ; Care during an Abor- 
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Sterility.— Habit ; Local Causes ; General Condition. 

Nervous Derangements.- Causes; Peculiarities ; Help Im- 
parted by Another ; Hysteria; Mode of Lite. 

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Good Children. 

Monstrosities. 

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The Conjugal Relation. 

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THE 



LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



iST'a-so. 



Note. — The post-office address is given irrespective of tlie town or 
locality in which people reside. The City of Scranton has three 
regularly established post-offices within its limits, viz. : Scranton, 
Hyde Park, and Providence; and the post-offlce address of each 
business man or iirm is given accordingly. 



Academies, Colleges, and Schools. 

Colvin, Flora, Lack'a ave., H. P. Scranton 

Dunning, M., Miss, Linden n Penn ave. " 
Koeliler, Heniy, Rev., Cedar " 

MEERILL, H. H., Jeff. ave. n Olive 
St. Cecilia's Academy, Wj. ave. n Linden " 
THE SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, 
Rev. T. M. Cann, Pres. ; W. E. Plumley, 
Prin., Jeff. ave. n Linden Scranton 

THE SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, 

JEFFERSON AVENUE, 
Opp. Elm Park, SCRANTON, PA. 

Young Men prepared for College or Business. Young Ladies in- 
structed in the branches of a Practical and Ornamental Education. 
Careful Training for Children of both sexes. Buildings New and 
Commodious. 

A FEW BOARDERS RECEIVED IN THE PRESIDENT'S FAMILY. 

School will re-open, 2d Monday Sept.. under the direction of 5 experienced Teachers. 
Bey. THOS. M.CAXX, A. M., and W. E. PLUMLEY, A. B., Principals, 

3 



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Scranton, Pa. 

34 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Agents, Einigration. 
HOTTENSTEIN, A. S., 413 Lack'a ave., Wy- 
oming House Block Scranton 

Agents, Insurance. 
Latlirope, Thos. R. Carbondale 

Thirwell, J., Main Hyde Park 

WELLS, CORYDON H., Main 
Lewis, W. J. Providence 

ASSIGN, WM., 426 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Fellows & Norrman, 226 Lack'a ave. " 
FEOTHINGHAM, ARTHUR, 310 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
FULLER, CHARLES & SON, 303 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
Grant, H. K., 130 Wyoming ave. 
Howell, J. W., Republican Building " 

Luce, R. W., 119 Wyoming ave. " 

Poore, J. M., 116 Wyoming ave. " 

Potter, A. Stewart, 205 Lack'a ave. " 

Rice, C. L. & Co., 404 Lack'a ave. " 

SMITH, CHAS. R., Tliroop's Block 
WELLS, CORYDON H., 302 Lack'a ave. " 

Agents, Pension. 
Tillingliast, S. La Plume 

Agents, Real Estate. 
BEDFORD, A. P., Republican Bldg. Scranton 

Agricidiural Implements. 
(See also Hardware and Cutlery.) 

CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Peun ave. " 
HUNT BROTHERS & CO. (Limited) " 



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BUSINESS DIKECTOEY. 35 

Aldermen. 

Kinback, J. F. Carbondale 

Stuart, Jolm " 

Thompson, J. G. " 

BLAIE, M. L., Main Hyde Park 

Cawley, J., Washington " 

Cranfield, R, Main " 

Lawrence, J. L. Providence 

Fuller, Fred., Wy. ave. opp. Cathedral Scranton 
Loftus, M. W., 785 Penn ave. 
Post, Isaac L., 504 Lack'a ave. " 

EOESLEE, CHAELES "W. (8th Ward), 330 
Lack'a ave. * Scranton 

SCHIMPFF, LEOPOLD, Cedar c Alder 

Scranton 
WATEES, LEWIS S., 517 Lack'a ave. " 

Architects. 
(See also Civil Engineers. ) 

AMSDEN, FEED. J., 501 Lack'a ave. Scranton 
Brinckerhoff, Cornelius, 502 Lack'a ave. " 

Artists. 
Perkins, A. Carbondale 

Evans, L. E. Scranton 

CONNELL & BATTIN, 

HiRDWiRE, Iron, Steel, Stoves und Iikwhre, 

PLUMBING, GAS-FITTING & TINNING, 
118 BennAve., SCRANTON, PA. 



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Aivning Manufacturers. 
HUNT BEOTHERS &c6. (Limited) Scranton 

Axe Manufacturers. 
Carter, P. Providence 

Pike, J. W., & Co. 

Bakers. 
Eitter, Jacob J., Jr. Arclibald 

Curtis, L. T., Salem, Carbondale 

Dale, Mary, Mrs. 
Mang, Peter 

Lutz, Michael Dunmore 

Dick, Wm., Lack' a ave. Hyde Park 

Stetter, Frank, 18 Main 

Eicli, Tliomas Jermyn 

Soellner, E. Providence 

Lutz, John, 217 Penn ave. Scranton 

Miller, J. W. & J. S., 415 Penn ave. 
Monies & Pughe, 502 Lack'a ave. 
Eohrwasser, Joseph, 323 Penn ave. 
Sailer, John G., 120 Cedar 
Schier, Geo., Cedar 
"Weber, Wm. A., 225 Penn ave. 
Ziedler, Mary, Mrs., 207 Lack'a ave. 

Basket Manufacturers. 
Sicklen, J. W. Tompkinsville 

Bed Spring Manufacturers. 
Bunnell Mfg. Co. Belmont Carbondale 

Belting. 
CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Penn ave. 

Scranton 



Doud & Nichols, agents for The Dockash 
Crate. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



37 



HUNT BEOTHEES & CO. (Limited) (leather 
and rubber) Scranton 

Blacksmiths. 

(See also Carriage Manufacturers. ) 

Sweeny, John Archbald 

Buskirk, C. V. Bakl Mount 

Crago, Wm., Wall Carbondale 
Grady, Geo., White Bridge 
O'Eourke, Peter, Dundaff 

Simpson, Andrew, 7th " 

Stewart & Drew, Main " 

McLaughlin, Wm. Clark's Green 
Mead, S. W. 

Hurley, M. W. Daleville 

Franklin, G. M. Dalton 
Hopfer, H. L. 

Gillett, Harvey Drinker 

Chamberlain, John Dunmore 

Hildebrand, John " 

Welch, S. S. Dunnings 
Whitmore, B. E. 

Jordem, S. E. East Benton 

Chase, Hiram Fleetville 
Phillips, L J. 

Snyder, Geo. Glenburn 

Kinny, M. J. Gouldsboro 
Shely, A. J. 

Parker, Geo. Green Grove 

Seigle, John " 
Decker, Wm. H., Hyde Park ave. Hyde Park 
EDGINTON, WM. Hyde Park ave., n Jackson 

Hyde Park 



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THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Henning, Fred., Lack'a ave. 

Williams, John A. 

Staples, James 

Howe, Palmer 

Allen, David 

Alt, John 

Krotzer, J. E. 

Noack, Reuben 

Ace, Theodore 

Winters, E. M. 

Furgerson, C. M. 

Lavan, J. W. 

Clonse, Henry 

Hayden, B. 

Breeze, Lewis H. 

Deery, Joseph 

Dowd, M. V. 

Miller, C. 

Bright, Wm. 

Davis, Samuel O. 

Farry, Owen J. 

Oyster, John 

Snover, Charles 

Stone, Ed. 

Lvnch, B. 



Hyde Park 

Jermyn 

La Plume 

Madisonville 



Milwaukee 

Moosic 

Moscow 

Old Forge 
01yj)liant 
Peckville 

Providence 



Ransom 
Schultzville 

Scott 
BLUME, WM., Lack'a ave. n Stove Works 

Scranton 
CULKIN, H., Vine c Penn ave. 
Hamill & Long, r Spruce n Penn ave. " 
Love, Wm., Linden n Wyoming ave. " 

Matter, J., 10 Lack'a ave. " 

Peil, Conrad, Cedar c Hickory • " 

Rauschmaier, E., Pittston ave. " 



The Dockash Crate manufactured at the 
Stove Works, Scranton, Pa. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



39 



Weyand, Fred., r Spruce n Penn ave. 

Scranton 
Davis, Wm. ^ Spring Brook 

Mathews, Thomas " 

Slote, James " 

Mead, H. P. Tompkinsville 

Anthony, M. W. Wallsville 

Bell, Wm., Jr. 
Vanfleet, Stephen 

Calkin, E. S. Waverly 

Perry, Geo. 
Whaite, Thomas 
Whaling, Samuel " 

MANl FACTIKEU OF ALL KINDS OF 




IPlatforiTL Spring Wagjons, 
Lackawanna Ave., cor. ,Sevcnth, near Scranton Stove Works, 

Hyde Pnrk Side, Scranton, Pa. 

Carriage Painting and Repairing done with Neatness and Dispatch, 
at the Lowest Cash Prices. 



Good fires make good cooking— The 
Dockash Crate secures both. 

40 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Blacksmiths' Supplies. 

HUNT BEOTHEES <fe CO. (Limited) 

• Scranton 

Bleachers and Dyers. 
Linneken, C, 506Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Bolts and Nuts. 
CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Penn. ave. 

^PT*il T1 TOT) 

HUNT BEOTHEES & CO. (Limited) " 

BooTthinders. 

THE EEPUBLICAN OFFICE, J. A. Scran- 
ton, Prop., 115 Wyoming ave. Scranton 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

MAECY, E. B., 318 Main Carbondale 

Morgan, E. & Son Hyde Park 
Thomas, J. G., P. O. 

HENWOOD, CHAELES, Main Providence 

BLANK BOOKS. NEWS DEPOT. 



NEWS DEALER & BOOKSELLER. 

CIGARS, TOBACCO, 
POCKET BOOKS AND DIASIES, 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Slc. 

318 Main Street, CAHBONDALE, PA. 



W. C. Doud sells this wonderful Dockash 
Crate. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



41 



NOETON, M., 322 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Pryor & Thompson, 312 Lack'a ave. " 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
BeMe, Adam & Sou Archbald 

Decker & Trace Clark's Green 

Corlv, S. T., 314 Main Carbondale 

Couglilin, James, 220 Main 
Ebbrecht, Frank, 337 Main 
Meyl, Wm., 229 S. Main 
Molirs, N., 404 Main 
Courtriglit, G. C. ct Co., Main cor. Jackson 

Hyde Park 
George <fe Anderson, Main " 

McGarry, P., Main " 

WILLIAMS, JOHN, 115 Main 
Weber, Jos. Lackawanna 

Woodworth, A. 

Hornbaker, S. J. Madisonville 

Myers, B. S. 

Johnston, Thos. Milwaukee 

Hessler, L. C. Moosic 

nvi. 3Nroi^T?o3xr, 

Bookseller, Stationer 

AND DEALER IN 

Wall Papers, Window Shades and Fixtures, 

^a-n.c37- O-ood-s a-ncL 1'o3rs. 

AGENT FOR THE 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY'S BOOKS. 

322 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton, Pa, 



The great triumph of all the ages— The 
Dockash Grate. 



42 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Pugli, Charles, Moosic 

JONES, JOHN H. {& Postmaster) Olyphaut 
Kays, A. C. Providence 

Ackerman, J. & Co., 308 Lack'a ave. Scrautoii 
Duggan, W. B., 221 Lack'a ave. 
Fiscli Bros., 221 Cedar 
GOLDSMITH BEOS., 304 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
Leonard, E. J., 503 Lack'a ave. " 

Morris, S., 211 Lack'a ave. 
Nettleton, A. C, 314 Lack'a ave. 
NETTLETON, F. E., 406 Lack'a ave. " 
EIKEE, N. D., Wyoming ave. n P. O. " 
Eobling, Peter, Cedar " 

Stewart, Tlios., 218 Lack'a ave. 
Seamans, J. M. 
Bailey, G. W. 
Bliss, M. W. 



Wallsville 
Waverly 



Boot and Shoe Makers. 

Belile, P. Arclibald 

Eitter, Jacob, Sr. " 

McKloskey, Lewis Bald Mount 

Brown, P. Carbondale 
Clark, Patrick 

Hagan, Charles " 
Hedden & Tuttle 

McDonongh, John " 

McDouough, Eoger " 

Pidgeon, James " 

Eeinhart, Jos. " 

Steinbracker, B. " 

Hartman, John Clark's Green 



Perfect combustion by The Dockash 
causes the greatest economy. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 


43 


Lewart, A. J. 


Dalton 


Edwards, John H. 


Drinker 


Spangenberg, H. D. 


(( 


Crandall, H. W. 


Dunnings 


Keller, Lawrence 


ii 


Knight, Wm. 


Fleetville 


Mott, H. N. 


Glenburn 


Shinnerling, E. L. 


Gouldsboro 


Argust, Francis 


Hyde Park 


Back, J., Scranton ave. 




(( 


Dielil, B., Jackson 




C( 


Doyle, Andrew, Main 




c 


Galiski, J., Main 




( 


Gehrer, L., Scranton ave. 




c 


Graf, B., Jackson 




E( 


Griffiths, Wm. M., Main 




( 


Williams, John, Main 




i 


Williams, John W., Main 




I 


Williams, Thos., Main 




( 


Williams, W. H., Lack'a ave. 


I 


i 


Wring, D. M., Main 


i 


I 


Wheeler, Ezbon 


Jermyn 


Fairclough, J. 


Lackawanna 



GOLDSMITH BUOTHERS, 

BOOTS & SHOES, 



No. 304 Lackawanna Avenue, 



JoliDing a Specialtj. 



SCRANTON, PA. 



The Dockashy sold by Doud & Nichols, 
Scranton, Pa. 



44 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Moscow 

a 

Old Forge 
Olyphant 



Geneke, Joseph Lackawanna 

Ott, Jolin 

Hornbaker, S. J. Madisonville 

Harlos, Jolin Milwaukee 

Ritze, Antony " 

Gillratli, James Moosic 

Wheeler, Geo. 

Wildreck, D. H. 

Coleman, Clias. 

Hoclivein, L. 

Wildrick, D. H. 

Bowen, Benj. E. 

O'Boyle, Hugh 

Taylor, John 

Bone, John E. Peckville 

Christmas, D. H. Providence 

Kennedy, John " 

Owens, Wm. " 

Herring, J. Schultzville 

Purdy, S. J. 

Argal, J., 9 Lack' a ave. Scranton 

Aul, Jos., Penn ave., P. B. " 

Barrett, , Prospect " 

Bartoni, A., 121 Franklin ave. " 

Block, D., 214 Lack'a ave. 

Camploell, Daniel, 109 Penn ave. " 

Connor, Michael, 3d " 

Dean, J. C, 215 Wyoming ave. " 

Delke, Wm., 332 Lack'a ave. " 

Dunn, T., 101 Franklin ave. 

Eiffert, H., 321 Cedar 

Genther, J., Wash'n ave. " 

Gregory, J., Wash'n ave. " 



All the old annoyances done away with 
in The Dockash. 

BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 45 

Gruner, Frank, 417 Penn ave. Scranton 
HALLER, JOHN, 213 Penn ave. 

Jetter, J., 403 Penn ave. " 

Kourik, John, 501 Lack'a ave. " 

Lange C, 429 Lack'a ave. " 

Langford, Geo., G. R. " 

Lewis, E., Spruce n Penn ave. " 

Lewton, Wm., 121 Wyoming ave. " 

Mayberry, Robert, R. R. ave. " 
McGorty, Hugh, Shanty Hill 

Pfeiifer, George, Cedar " 

Reidanbach, Jacob, Cedar c Alder " 

Scheuch, Cli., Cedar " 
Schweir, C. B., Penn ave., P. B. 

Shoemaker, Wm., 125 Penn ave. " 

Simmons, Geo., G. R. " 

Snow, A. O., 205 Wyoming ave. " 

Thees, John, Southampton " 

Weirich, A., 414 Pittston ave. " 

Weinss, P., Lack'a ave. " 
Yanlon, James Tompkinsville 

How, A. Wallsville 
Long, H. 

Mahony, J. C. Waverly 

Knapp, William Yostville 

Boot and Shoe 3Ianufacturers. 
Ackerman & Co., 26 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Fleischer, J. A., 101 Lack'a ave. " 

Green Ridge Boot Mfy. Geo. E. Stone 
& Co., G. R. 

Bottlers. 
Nealon & McHale, S. Main c Summit 

Carbondale 



A mighty step of Progress made by the 
introduction of The Dockash. 

46 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

E-osenkrans & Pierson, 12 Lack'a ave. Scrauton 

Schrader, Fred., 309 Mulberry 

Wliyte's Sons, W. E., 203 Lack'a ave. " 

Brass Founders. 
Everliart, James M., Cliff n D., L. & 

W. R. E. Scranton 

Breiuei's. 
Nealon, Jolm, 80 Cliiircli Carbondale 

Howell & King, 302 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Hughes, H. R. & M., Scranton House " 
MORTON & BRIGGS, Scranton ave. " 
ROBINSON, E., 7tli c Sweetland 
ROBINSON, PHILIP, Je., Cedar c 
Alder 

Brush Block Manufacturers. 
Holgate Bros. Daleville 

Building Materials. 
CONNELL k BATTIN, 118 Penn 

ave. Scranton 

HUNT BROTHERS & CO. (Limited) 

(a specialty) " 

Carpenters and Builders. 
Kinback, A. Arclibald 

Decker, Anizi Bald Mount 

Thompson, A. L. " 

Felts, John A. Carbondale 

Lee, D. K., Lincoln ave., n R. R. " 

Mitchell, Andrew, Canaan " 

Griffin, Richard Clark's Green 

Martlett, Paul 



The Dockash abolishes poker, clinker, 
dusty trouble, and annoyance. 



BUSINESS 


DIRECTOEY. 47 


Wilson, Abram 


Clark's Green 


Haines, Thomas G. 


Daleville 


Miller, B. E. 


C( 


Purely, N. B. & C. W. 
McFarland, Jolm 


Dalton 
Drinker 


Myers, 0. E. 
Hardeubero-li, T. B. 


Dunnings 


Robinson, W. B. 


ii 


Cramer, P. 


East Benton 


Jordan, C. H. 


a 


Jordan, J. L, 


t( 


Jordan, "W. C. 


(t 


Lewis, P. 


It 


Holly, M. C. 
Young, J. 


Fleetville 


Bacliman, J. S. 


Gouldsboro 


Gardner, J. B. 


<( 


Simons, Johnson 


Green Grove 


Rymer, James A. 
Howe, Harlem 


Jermyn 
La Plume 


Frazier, Charles 


Madisonville 


Hendershot, J. D. 


cc 


Hockenberry, H. 


(C 


Hornbaker, J. W. 


cc 


Hornbaker, Peter 


ii 


Shellingharer, P. S. 


Milwaukee 


Stuttler, Geo, 


a 


Blackwell, Charles 


Moosic 


Maher, Thomas 


(( 


Frazee, T. 


Moscow 


Haines, D. S. 


u 


Wilson, S. 


a 


Krouse, A. 


Mountain Valley 



The Dockash encourages promptness, 
economy, morality, and happiness. 



48 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



McCarmel, H. Old Forge 

Warner, L. B. 

English, Joliu Peckville 

McCormick, Wm. J. 

McKenzie, Eli 

Newton, G. B. 

Peck, J. D. 

Williams, W. W. Providence 

Hatton, T. P. Kansom 

Smith, Wm. C. 

Doud, C. S. Scliultzville 

Griffen, John " 

Bartlett, T. Mayo, Centre n Penn ave. Scranton 

Cutler, S. H., Wy. ave. n Spruce " 

Wooley, James, Wy. ave. n. Linden " 

Woodling, J. L., r Spruce u Adams ave. 

Pembridge, Jos. 

Slote, Albert 



Spring Brook 

Sherman, G. E. Waverly 

Winchell, A. B. 

Jones, James Yostville 

Carpets. 

Kerr, S. G., 415 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Carpet Weavers 

Jones, J. Carbondale 

Weber, C. Dunmore 

Hemmler, J., Southampton Hyde Park 

Waters, P., Jackson " 

ECKEET, JOHN, Lack'a ave. c 

Wyoming " 

Hansen, M., Willow Scranton 
LEVY, ISAAC, 330 Lack'a ave. 

Mikus, J., 606 Lack'a ave. " 



The Dockash Grate, the only perfect 
fire-cleaning apparatus. 

BUSINESS DIBECTOEY. 49 



WALTEE, JACOB, 517 Wyoming ave. 

Scranton 

Carriage Hardware. 

BITTENBENDEE, ISEAEL, 116 Franklin 
ave. Scranton 

Carriage Manufacturers. 
(See also Blacksmiths.) 

Carriage Makers. 



Hamblin, John 


Archbald 


Hamlin, I. B. 


(( 


Van Buskirk, Joseph 


Bald Mount 


Makeley, Christian 


Carbondale 


Moore Bros., Canaan 


(( 


Davis, A. A. 


Clark's Green 


Davis, Geo. 


(( 


Hunt, Noah 


it 


Eoderick, David 


Daleville 


Hoffecker, H. H. 


Dalton 


Mason, W. 


C( 


Pease, Ealph 


Drinker 


Edwards, W. B. 


Dunnings 


McMaun, Virgil 


Fleetville 


Davis, E. M. 


Glenburn 


Shiffer, Charles 


Gouldsboro 



EDGINTON, WM., Hyde Park ave. n Jackson 

Hyde Park 

Gress, Samuel " 

Stephens, David " 

Davis, Daniel Milwaukee 

Mayer, Wm. " 

Lockard, A. A. • Moosic 

4 



The Dockash Crate, sold by W. G. Doud, 
Scranton, Pa. 

50 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Davis, Moses Moscow 

Warner, Wells Peckville 

Bennett, E. O. Providence 

Covey, E. (S. Abington) 

Hellrigel, Oscar Ransom 

BLUME, WM., Lack'a ave. n Stove Wks 

Scrantou 
CULKIN, H., Vine c Penn ave. 
Gilliool, T., 33 and 35 Lack'a ave. " 

Gould & Hoats, Linden n Wy. ave. " 

Lord, A. D., Spruce n Wy. ave. " 

Scliallus, Jacob & Co., River, S. F. " 

Stone, Tlieo. Schultzville 

Gray, Robert Waverly 

Rice, Wm. E. 

Carriage Umbrellas. 
CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Penn ave. 

Scranton 
HUNT BROTHERS & CO. (Limited) " 

Cattle Dealers. 

(See also Meat Markets. ) 

Brown, Munroe Clark's Green 

Lowry, Clark Green Grove 

Simrell, N. C. 

Cement Pipe Manufactm^ers. 
Todd, E. W., G. R. Scranton 

Chair Manufacturers. 
Clay, C. C. Dunnings 

De Erebn, Wm. 

Cider Manufacturers. 
Colvin, H. J. & Son Dalton 



Economy, Durability, and Perfection at- 
tained in The Dockash Crate. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



51 



€ivil Engineers. 
(See also Architects.) 

Bailey, F. L. 

Carter, Henry, 404 Lack'a ave. 

Clairvoyant. 
Hampton, R. 

Clothing Dealers. 
Crager, J., Public Square 
Moses, M., 309 Main 
Simon, A. Mrs., 224 Main 
Singer, S., Main 
Borcliardt, Louis, 220 Lack'a ave. 



La Plume 
Scranton 

Carbondale 

Carbondale 
{( 

Scranton 



408 Lack'a 
Scranton 



Clothing, Retail. 

Cohen, Jacob, 214 Lack'a ave. 
Friedman, S., 306 Lack'a ave. 
HINSDELL, THE CLOTHIER, 

ave. opp. Wyoming House 
Kramer, H., 327 Lack'a ave. 
Krotosky, Simon, 315 Lack'a ave. 
Lauer, Jonas, 323 Lack'a ave. 
Moses, Bernliard, 310 Lack'a ave. 
PRINCE, LOUIS, 326 Lack'a ave. 
Samter, Samuel, 197 Lack'a ave. 



Coal Dealers, Retail. 
Slocum, Jerome La Plume 

Coulson, R. J., 109 Penn ave. Scranton 

Gager, G. W., 303 Lack'a ave. " 

HALDEMAN, SAMUEL, Jr., 302 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
(See advertisement p. 53.) 



A bright fire In three minutes with The 
Dockash Crate. 

52 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Coal Companies — 3Iiners and Slii])pers. 
Jones, Simpson & Co. Arclibald 

Birkett, Joseph, Belmont Carbondale 

Brenuan, Tliomas 
D. & H. C. Co., Wall 
Jones & Voyle 
Hendricks, E. E. 
Walker, W. W., Belmont 
Watkins k Williams 
Hancox, David Clark's Green 

JERMYN, JOHN Jermyn 

Connell & Co. Lackawanna 

Coray & Co. 
D. L. & W. R. E. Co. 

Hillside Coal Co., I. D. Cay re, Sup't Moosic 
Davis, T. D. Moscow 

La Touche, R. M. 

Carbon Hill Coal Co. Old Forge 

Elliott, Koerner k Co. 
Penn Anthracite Coal Co. " 

DELAWARE k HUDSON CANAL CO. Wm. 

Bell, Sup't Olyphant 

Dean k Hancock Providence 

Franey, Michael " 

Richmond, William H. " 

Rock, Michael " 

Vaughan k Richardson " 

Connell, William k Co. Scranton 

Delaware k Hudson Canal Co., Franklin ave. 

cor. Vine Scranton 

Delaware, Lackawanna k Western Railroad 

Co. Scranton 

Fairlawn Coal Co., 119 Wyoming ave. " 



Doud & Nichols, agents for The Dockash 
Crate. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 53 

Hillside Coal & Iron Co., 119 Wy'g ave. 

Scranton 

JEEMYN, JOHN 

LACKAWANNA lEON & COAL CO. Jeff. ave. 
cor. Lackawanna ave. Scranton 

Penn'a Anthracite Coal Co., 226 Lackawanna 
ave. Scranton 

Koaring Brook Coal Co. 226 Lack'a ave. " 
(Mine at Dunmore.) 

School Fund Coal Association (Limited), Lack- 
awanna ave. Scranton 

Schnll, William 

SMITH, WM. T., Mt. Pleasant Colliery " 

The Northwestern Mining & Ex. Co., ll9 Wjo- 
mino- ave. Scranton 



S- H^LDEM^N, Jr., 

GeDeral Drapan, Contractor & Coa! Dealer. 

Special attention paid to remov- 
ing Furniture, Pianos and Safes, 
witli reliable and careful assistants. 

Heavy Freight and Trucking 
Solicited. Orders left at my resid- 
ence, Olive Street, between Adams 
and Washington Avenues, or at 
Powell's Music Store, will receive 
_ prompt attention at reasonable 
fe rates. Your orders solicited. 

SAMUEL eALDEM.\N, Jr., Proprietor. 
302 Lackawanna Ave,, with Garney, Short & Co., 

Residence : Olive Street, liet. Adams and Wasliington Aves., 




Early breakfasts and happy families 
around The Dockash Crate. 

54 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Filey & Livey Winton 

Jones & Eaton " 

Jones & Simj)son " 

Pierce Coal Co., H. B. Plielps, Treasurer " 

Coal Screen Manufacturers. 

Brock, J. W., r Lackawanna ave. Scranton 

Seitzinger, C. P. Cliff n E. E. Crossing 

Coffee and Spice JIanufacturers. 
(See also Grocers, Wholesale.) 

Truex, D. P., r 424 Main Carbondale 

Coffin. 3Ianufacfurers. 
(See also Undertakers.) 

Miller Bros. & Co. Jermyn 

Commission Merchants. 

(See also Grocers, Wholesale.) 

Alton, W. W. & Co., 22 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Ashley, K B., 20 Lack'a ave. 

Dale & Co., 101 Lack'a ave. " 

DEYOE, L. W., 117 Franklin ave. 

MEAD, H. D., 107 Lack'a ave. 

Porter, John T., 28 Lack'a ave. " 

EICE, SIMON (fc BEO., 229 Penn ave. " 

SNYDEE, A. A. & CO., 30 Lack'a ave. " 

(See advertisement p. 57.) 

Confectioners, Retail. 
Carl, Edward (P. M.) Archbald 

Gerbig, A. Y. 



The Dockash Grate, manufactured at the 
Stove Works, Scranton, Pa. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



55 



Gilgallon, James 

Heniiigau, 

Lack, John B. 

Byrne, W. J., Salem 

Spry, James, Public square 

Swigert, L., Salem 

Tralles, E. H., 311 Main 

Woolson, Jolm H., 232 Main 

Smith, Emma J., Mrs. 

Carpenter, W. H. 

Davis, John W.,.Main 

Durkin, Mary S., Jackson 

Greene, M. F., Lack'a ave. 

Jenkins, J., Jackson n Main 

Mullen, E., Mrs. 

Rosser, Henr}^, Main 

Williams, J. t>., Main 

Laflin, O. E. 

SWINGLE, A. A. (Postmaster) 

Jehu, Richard 

Roberts, L. 



Archbald 



Carbondale 



Daleville 

Dunmore. 

Hyde Park 



Moosic 

Peckville 

Providence 



TL.. "W. 

COMMISSION MERCHANT 



AND DEALER IN 



HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT, 

AND PRODUCE GENERALLY, 

117 Franklin Ave., SCRANTON, PA. 



CONSIG-IvrjMENTS SOLICITK33. 



Good fires make good cooking— The 
Dockash Crate secures both. 

56 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Kent, F. M., 221 Penn ave. Scranton 
McKenna, Mary " 

Smith & Clearwater, Wy. ave. n P. O. " 

Stevens, Samuel, 414 Lack'a ave. " 

Cooj^ers. 
Finereu, P., 97 Dundoff Carbondale 

Cordage, Rope, and Twine. 
CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Penn ave. 

Scranton 
HUNT BKOTHEES & CO. (jLimited) " 

Corset ManufactiLrers. 
Sanborn, Mary A., 309^ Penn ave. Scranton 

Costumers. 

WOEDEN, B. A., MKS., 216 Franklin ave. 

Scranton 
Cotton Waste. 
CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Penn ave. 

Scranton 
HUNT BEOTHEES & CO. (Limited) " 

Country Stores. 
(Those having a general assortment.) 
Coolican, Jane, Mrs. Archbald 

Healey, Thomas • " 

Jones, Simpson & Co. " 

Kearney, W. H. & Co. 

Hice, Jno. Bald Mount 

Saline, Henry " 

Barrett, M. L., 235 S. Main Carbondale 

Bolton & Eeynolds, 335 Main 



W. G. Doud sells this wonderful Dockash 
Crate. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



57 



Boyle, Thos., 7tli Carboudale 

Carbondale Co-operative Assoc'u, 

325 Main 
Carroll, P. A., S. Main 
Cavanap;li, Charles, 133 Dimclaff 
Coyle, James, 209 S. Main 
Davis & Herbert, S. Main 
Gilpatrick & McDonnell, 212 S. Main 
Lynady, John, 127 Dundaff 
Maxwell, Robert, 76 Dundaff 
Moffitt, L., Mrs., 201 Main 
Murrin, John, Wall 
Nealon, E,, Mrs., Main 
O'Neill, Hugh, 225 S. Main 
Watt, John & Sons, 407 Main 
Workingmen's Co. Asso., Salem 
324 Main 

Clark's Green 

Daleville 

Dalton 



Yarrington, W. L 
Decker & Trace 
Hale, W. & Son 
Depew & Stoll 



Green, N. D. & Son 



A-. A.. SNYDER & CO., 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

FOUEIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, 



CANNED GOODS &, GROCERS' SUNDRIES, 

No. 30 Lackawanna Ave, SORANION, PA. 



The great triumph of all the ages— The 
Dockash Crate. 



58 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Keyes, G. M. & A. S. Drinker 

ALLEN & POWELL Dunmore 

BOYLE, JOHN D. 

Clark, P. C. 

Coleman, John 

Dugan, Jolin 

Glynn, Martin 

Horan & Haley 

McMillen, J. H. 

Manley, P. D. 

Shaffer, John 

Swartz, Daniel 

Snyder, Eugene Dunnings 

SNYDER, J. H. 

States, W. W. East Benton 

St. Amand, F. Fleetville 

Seamans, J. M. " 

Ball, A. Glenburn 

Drum, R. C. & Bro. Gouldsboro 

Hoyt Brothers 

Benedict, A. H. Green Grove 

Hill, S. B. 

Carson & Davis Hyde Park 

Clark, M. W., Main 

DAVIS, E. J., Main 

Eynon, J. L., Main 

Luce & Shoemaker, Main 

McCann, P., McCann's Patch 

McGarry, John, Main 

McNicholas, Thos., Scranton ave. 

Mears, Jos. A., Main 

O'Hara, John, Scranton ave. 

SMITH, WM. T., Main 



Perfect combustion by The Dockash 
causes the greatest economy. 



BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



59 



Stephens, Wm. B., Main 
Stevens, S. M., Main 
Tooliill, Michael, Jackson 
Williams, John (agt.), Main 
JEEMYN, JOHN 
Neal, Hiram & Co. 
Vail, C. D. 
Macklow, E. & Co. 
Rice, Simon 
Weber, Joseph 
Williams, M. W. 
Woodworth, A. 
Tillinghast, I. R 
Myers, B. S. 
Johnston, Thomas 
Feltz, W. M. 
Moosic Cash Store 
Pugh, Charles 
Gaige & Clements 
Hinds, A. 
Summerbell, B. F. 



Hyde Park 



Jermyn 



Lackawanna 



La Plume 

Madisonville 

Milwaukee 

Moosic 



Moscow 



JOHN D. BOY1.E, 

DEALER IN 

Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Glassware, 

HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, 

FLOUR, FEED, MEAL. ETC., 
Dunmore Corners, DUNMORE, PA. 



The Dockash, sold by Doud & Nichols, 
Scranton, Pa. 



60 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Moscow 



Old Forge 



Olyphant 



Timstall &Pelton. 

Yaughn, O. E. 

Dow, Clias. H. 

Fallon, Wm. 

Youngs, V. H. 

Callender, Samuel N. 

Jones, Edward 

Jordan, James 

Jordan, Patrick 

Lyncli, James 

Loftus, Wm. F. 

Rogan, William 

Voyles, D. M. 

Williamson & Waddell 

Atwater, E. F. 

Barber, C. D. 

MuUey, Ambrose 

Osterbout Bros. 

Eicbmond, Wm. H. 

Hockwell & Hurlbutt 

Sandway, Fred'k 

McKinstry, A. B. 

Boland, Wm. 

Connell, Alex. 

FISCHER, CHAS., 515 Lack'aave. 

Gorman, W., 127 Penn ave. 

JERMYN, JOHN, 316 & 318 Penn ave 

LACK'A IRON & COAL Co., Lack'a ave. cor. 



Peckville 
Providence 



Ransom 

Scbultzville 

Scranton 



Jeff. ave. 
Lowenstein, H., 415 Cedar 
O'Boyle, M. & Son, 230 Penn ave 
Scbultz, Geo. (Petersburg) 



Scranton 



Davis, Wm. 



Spring Brook 



All the old annoyances done away with 
in The Dockash. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 61 

Scott Co-operative Store Scott 

Cole, W. F. Tompkinsville 

Graves, A. C. 

Seamaus, J. M. Wallsville 

Bailey, G. W. Waverly 

Bliss, M. W. 

Green, E. V., Mrs. 

Shaw, James " 

White, G. H. 

Filey & Livey Winton 

Ruane, John " 

Yost, Joshua, Agt Tostville 

Crockery, Glass and China Ware. 
Coursen, H. A., 422 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Crocker if, Glass and China Ware, Wholesale. 
HITCHCOCK, ARTHUR, Spruce cor. Penn 
ave. Scranton 

Dentists. 
Walden, J. S. (Branch) Carbonclale 

Wingate, John D., Terrace cor. Salem " 
Welch, Fred. W., Main Hyde Park 

Wingate, J. J., Main cor. Jackson " 

Holgate, R. H. La Plume 

Bessac, H. W., 302 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Conklin, C. A., 115 Wyoming ave. " 

Fisher, Geo. L., 320 Lack'a ave. " 

Fordham, J. L., 129 Wyoming ave. " 

Harder, H. T., 104 Cedar 
Henwood, W. B., 120 Wyoming ave. " 

Morgan, P. C, 224 Lack'a ave. " 

Walden, J. S., 320 Lack'a ave. " 

Wheaton, E. T., 402 Lack'a ave. 



A mighty step of Progress made by the 
introduction of The Dockash. 



62 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Dining Rooms. 
(See also Restaurants. ) 

YAN HOEN, J. A., 199 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Doors, Sashes, and Blinds — Manufacturers of. 

Peck & Wise Peckville 

ANSLY, JOSEPH, Scranton ave. Scranton 

Drain Pipes and Chimney Tops. 
CONNELL &BATTIN, 118 Penn ave. Scranton 
HUNT BROTHERS & CO. (Limited) 

Draymen. 
HALDERMAN, SAMUEL, Jr., 302 

Lack'a ave. Scranton 

DressmaTcers. 

Hunter, H. M., Mrs., Salem Carbonclale 

Tanfield, R. J., Mrs. Daleville 

Reynolds, Ellen Dalton 

Edwards, Delia, Miss Drinker 

Seery, Mary, Miss Dunmore 

Leonard, Mary, Mrs. Gouldsboro 

Case, R. O., Mrs. Green Grove 
Silvens, Mary, Miss 

Simons, E., Mrs. " 

Ferrel, Mrs., Main Hyde Park 

Myers, Hannah, Mrs. La Plume 

Beisecker, Lusina, Mrs. Madisonville 
Clouse, Sallie, Miss 

Beck, Miss Milwaukee 

Yeager, J. B., Mrs. Moscow 

Armstrong, Phoebe Providence 

Leonard, Martha Schultzville 



The Dockash abolishes poker, clinker, 
dust, trouble, and annoyance. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 63 

Beck, L. A., Mrs., 119 Franklin ave. Scranton 
Callaway, E., Mrs., 212 Lack'a ave. 
Carr, Lucuis, Mrs., 222 Penn ave. " 

Cliestman, Dina, 419 Penn ave. " 

Farley, Julia, Linden n Wyoming ave. " 
Hazzard, Lucy, Mrs., 217 Lack'a ave. " 
Hetsel, Sarah, Mrs., Penn ave. u Spruce " 
Motzek, Mathilde, Penn ave., P. B. 
Williams, M. B., Mrs., 311 Spruce 
Wright, A., Mrs., 326 Lack'a ave. 
Jones, Alfred, Mrs. Spring Brook 

Cure, S. S., Mrs. Tompkinsville 

Smith, L. A, Miss Walls ville 

Sherman, Meta, Mrs. Waverly 

Singer, Sabina, Miss " 

Druggists. 
Foote, John Archbald 

Aitken, John W., Main cor. Wall Carbondale 
Fowler, C, 333 Main 
Jadwin, Henry B., South Main " 

Jadwin, J. S., 406 and 408 Main 
Dale, W. & Son Daleville 

Bone, J. G. Dunmore 

Decker, W. S., Main Hyde Park 

Evans, M., Main 

Jadwin, Charles P., 7 N. Main " 

MOEGAN & CO., Main cor. Jackson 
DAVIS, SAMUEL D. Jermyn 

Aston, E. L. Lackawanna 

Cole, G. A. Madisonville 

Johnston, Thomas Milwaukee 

Bouton, F. M. Moosic 



The Dockash encourages promptness, 
economy, morality, and happiness. 



64 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Wilber, C. J. , Moscow 

Kelley, O. L., Mrs. Oly pliant 

Brunclage, C. W. Peckville 

HENWOOD, CHAELES, Main Providence 
Lewis, S. D., Agent " 

Chittenden, C. E., 517 Lack'a ave. Scranton 
Fuller, L. S. & E. C, 303 Lack'a ave. 
Groff & Barrowman, Penn ave. c Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
Hull, M. L., G. E. 

Ludwig Brothers, 418 Lack'a ave. " 

MATTHEWS BEOS., 320 Lack'a ave. " 
McGarrah, Wm. H., 209 Lack'a ave. 
Phelps, John H., 201 Wyoming ave. " 
Powers, L. D., 122 Cedar 
Vetter, P. J., 417 Penn ave. 
Bedford, A. & Son Waverly 

Dry Goods, Retail. 

Byrne, J. H., 219 S. Main 
Carr, Jane, Mrs., 245 S. Main 
Crane, Israel, 5 Wall 
Guttentag, S., 210 Main 
Pascoe & Scurry, Main c Wall 
Eichards, J. T., Main 
Lackey, E. H. 
BOSTON STOEE (Lindsay & Liddle, Props.), 
119 Wyoming ave. Scranton 

FISHEE, GEO., 412 Lack'a ave. 
Geiger, Jacob, 321 Cedar 
LEVY, ISAAC, 330 Lack'a ave. ^ 
Lucas, Thomas, 316 & 318 Lack'a ave 
Moore & Finley, 100 Lack'a ave. 



Carbondale 



Hyde Park 

Providence 



The Dockash Crate, the only perfect 
fire-cleaning; apparatus. 

BUSINESS DIKECTOKY. 65 



Dry Goods, Wholesale. 
BOSTON STOEE (Lindsay & Liddle), 119 
Wyoming ave. Scranton 

WHITMOEE, GEO. L., Spruce c Penn ave. 

Scranton 

Dyers and Scourers. 
DAVIS, JOHN W., 308 Penn ave. Scranton 

(See advertisement, p. 67.) 
Tillman, Okelyn, .518 Lack'a ave. " 

Walsh, S. T. & Co., 516 Lack'a ave. 

Edge Tools. 
HUNT BEOTHEES & CO. (Limited) (war- 
ranted) Scranton 

Engraver. 
Voiglit, A., 325 Lack'a ave. " 

Elevators, Manufacturers of. 
FINCH & CO.|AJ^Jrh,.^^^ I Storeh-e^^ 

D., L. & W. E. E. n Lack'a ave. Scranton 

LINDSAY & LIDDLE, 

Dry Goods at WIiolGsalo id Retail, 

119 WYOMING AVENUE, 

SCRANTON, PA. 



The Dockash Crate, sold by W. G. Doud, 
Scranton, Pa. 



66 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Arclibald 
Carbondale 



Hyde Park 
Providence 



Fancy Goods. 
Coolican, Celia, Miss 
Byrne, H., Miss, 219 S. Main 
Murray, T. J., 306 Main 
Ottman, E., Cliurcli c Salem 
Coutriglit, C, Main 
Milburn, M. A., Scranton ave. 
Davis, M. 
Higgs, S. J. 
BOSTON STOEE (Lindsay & Liddle), 

119 Wyoming ave. Scranton 

NASH, C. B., 508 Lack'a ave. 
NOETON, M., 322 Lack'a ave. 
Eeed, E. Sivelly, Mrs., 126 Wyoming 

ave. " 

Farmers. 

(Their Post Office address, without reference to the town ia 
which they reside.) 

Ayers, W. C. Bald Mount 

Beisecker, Charles 

Beesecker, J. H. 

Brink, P. A. 

Busteed, Eichard 

Clark, W. 

Coon, Jokn 

Darrow, C. F. 

Decker, H. S. 

Dorskeimer, Jolin 

Drake, Ira 

Fuller, A. A 

Fuller, John 

Garrison, E. 



Economy, Durability, and Perfection at- 
tained in The Dockash Crate. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



67 



Jennings, Christ 
Kern, Abe 
Kern, George 
Kirclier, Joseph 
Knapp, Truman 
Krisgee, Thomas 
Learn, Amos 
Lewis, A. C. 
Lewis, E. F. 
Lucas, W. 
Eichards, D. W. 
Eichards, J. B. 
Eosenkrans, Amzi 
Shelley, Wm. 
Smith, D. M. 
Smith, David 
Smith, Elias 
Smith, Henry 
Snover, George 
Van Sickle, Solomon 
Whitlock, Gould 
Winter, Merrit 



Bald Mount 



JOHN A\^. D^VIS, 

hiam Dyeing and Scouring [stablishment, 

308 Penn Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

LADIES' AND GENTS' GARMENTS DYED OR CLEANSED IN 
THE MOST APPROVED MANNER. 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



KID GLOVES CLEANSED AND FEATHERS DYED & CURLED. 
Wholesale Goods Dyed and Finished in First-class City Style. 



A bright fire in three minutes with The 
Dockash Crate. 

68 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Avery, Cliarles Carbondale 

Avery, John L. " 

Avery, Joseph L. " 

Briggs, Cyrus E. " 

Briggs, Edward " 

Burdick, Dorrance " 

Coil, Woodbury " 

Cowperthwaite, George " 

Cowperthwaite, James " 

Cramer, John P. " 

Cramer, Westley D. " 
Felts, Milo 
Felts, Philip 
Finch, John J. 

Finch, Solomon " 

Goodrich, Jamin " 
Goodrich, S. F. 

Goodrich, S. S. " 

Kenyou, Albert W. " 
Kenyon, D. C. 
Kenyon, J. F. 

Kenyon, Pardon C. " 

Kilmer, Jeremiah " 

Kilmer, Norman " 

Kilmer, Peter L. " 

Lee, Andrus " 

Lee, Eugene " 
Lee, Geo. W. 

Lee, Joseph " 

Lee, Luther " 
Lee, M. G. 
Lee, Philo 
Lee, Philo, Jr. 



Doud& Nichols, agents for The Dockash 
Crate. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



69 



Lej)p, Oliver 
McGarrah, P. 
McKibbee, Benj, 
McLaugliliu, John 
McLaiiglilin, Wm. 
Mills, Dwight 
Mills, John E. 
Morss, T>. K. 
Pierce, Geo. C. 
Pierce, Horatio S. 
Pierce, T. T. 
Pierce, Theodore 
Kussell, John 
Hiissell, John, Jr. 
Simpson, Charles 
Snyder, John G. 
Snyder, Levi C. 
Spencer, Henry 
Stone, Geo. W. 
Tompkins, Ziba 
Yail, Clarence 
Yail, Frank J. 
Yail, Samnel T>. 
"Wedeman, Charles A. 
Wedeman, Ebenezer 
Wedeman, Edwin 
Wedeman, Henry 
Wedeman, Solomon 
Wedeman, Ward 
Wells, Wm. L. 
Williams, Lewis, Rev. 
Wilmarth, Geo. 
Akerly, A. I. 



Carbondale 



Clark's Green 



Early breakfasts and happy families 
around The Dockash Crate. 



70 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Akerly, Isaac 
Atlierton, William 
Brigliam, A. F. 
Brown, Wesley 
Carr, O. 
Clark, J. C. 
Griffin, Hiram 
Griffin, J. W. 
Hendricks, O. S. 
Hobbs, S. A. 
Keller, Cliarles 
Knight, J. D. 
Leach, Freeman 
Leach, Giles 
Leach, Joseph 
Leach, Norman 
Mead, Merrit 
Northup, D. A. 
Parker, E. P. 
Simrel, H. B. 
Smith, Samuel 
Snyder, E., Mrs. 
Stevenson, Samuel 
Stone, Emery 
Twining, Jesse 
Wallace, Wm. S. 
Blackman, E. T. 
Blair, Robt. 
Campbell, James 
Dale, A. B. 
Dale, David 
Dale, Mark 
Dale, W. 



Clark's Green 



Daleville 



The Dockash Grate, manufactured at the 
Stove Works, Scranton, Pa. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



71 



Doran, Patrick 
Foley, Daniel 
Foley, John 
Hodgson, Mattliew 
Holgate, S. J. 
Langan, Martin 
Ransom, John 
Reynolds, Isaac 
Ross, R. 
Sayer, Sarah 
Tanfield, W. C. 
Wardell, Edward 
Warden, H. F. 
Wardell, Henry 
Wardell, James 
Webster, Frank 
Webster, W. W. 
Atherton, A. W. 
Bailey, John 
Callender, N. 
Colvin, H. H. 
Dean, Myron 
Dean, W. A. 
Northrup, J. G. 
Rozelle, E. C. 
Sissou, A. C. 
Slaytou, N. G. 
Smith, W. W. 
Sommers, J. 
Woodbridge, Thos. 
Beers, P. C. 
Brown, J. L. 
Cobb, Asa 



Daleville 



Dalton 



Drinker 



Good fires make good cooking— The 
Dockash Crate secures both. 



72 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Cobb, Jeremiah 
Lang, J. C. 
Mally, John 
Mitchell, P. E. 
Mitchell, John M. 
Mock, Jacob 
Myers, Jos. 
Sherwood, Zelotus 
Swarts, S. S. 
Swingle, Eli 
Veith, John 
Woodruff, Nelson 
Zeiler, Joseph 
Savage, James A. 
Simmeson, E. 
Smith, Marcus 
Space, H. 
Burns, A. L. 
Cobb, Asa 
Dunning, A. B. 
Edwards, Levi 
Foley, Michael 
Gardner, A. P. 
McDade, James 
Miller, J. S. 
O'Brien, M. 
Ehodes, J. M. 
Sample, James 
Snyder, Eugene 
Arnold, James 
Clark, B. S. 
Colvin, L. G. 
Cook, Charles 



Drinker 



Dunmore 



Dunnings 



East Benton 



W. C. Doud sells this wonderful Dockash 
Grate. 



BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 



73 



Franklin, J. 
Franklin, L, G. 
Franklin, L. M. 
Gay, J. 

Gritman, A. U. 
Gritman, Geo. 
Jordan, C. H. 
King, B. 
Post, C. 
Post, G. 
Potter, M. P. 
Kuland, Tlios. 
Smith, E. 
Smith, Samuel 
Smith, T. V. 
Smith, W. 
States, W. W. 
Westcott, A. 
Widemau, Geo. 
Atherton, E. A. 
Casterline, H. H. 
Gardner, Wm. A. 
Hall, J. G. 
Hall, S. C. 
Hall, Wm. 0. 
Kittle, A. 
Leighton, A. 
Morrow, Jerome 
Northrui3, Geo. E. 
Northrup, H. W. 
Northrup, J. C. 
Northrup, John 
Northrup, N. C. 



East Benton 



Glenburn 



The great triumph of all the ages— The 
Dockash Crate. 



74 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Keed, A. 
Sliermau, Geo. 
Sherman, Wm. N. 
Chamberlain, A. 
Chamberlain, Geo. 
Deiter, Thomas 
Doyle, John 
Dutter, Geo. 
Melviu, Morgan 
Shiunerling, A. 
Smith, J. L. 
Spiggle, M. J. 
Williams, J. W. 
Ball, Wm. 
Britton, Jerome 
Brown, C. 
Car}^, J. 
Cary, R. 
Cary, Wm. 
Chnrch, Henry 
Clark, C. L. 
Clark, I. J. 
Clark, L. 
Clark, Samuel 
Decker, Wm. 
Doyle, J. R. 
Hobbs, Isaac 
Hobbs, YaL 
Hunt, Ed. 
James, Fanny 
Leonard, J. 
Lowry, Charles 
Lowry, Clark 



Glenburn 



Gouldsboro 



Green Grove 



Perfect combustion by The Dockash 
causes the greatest economy. 

BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 75 

Lowiy, Wright Green Grove 

Miller, Eufus 

Miller, Stephen 

Moyles, D. 

Newton, G. L. 

Oakly, A. 

Parker, Celinda " 

Powell, T. 

Rhodes, Morris " 

Scott, Tunis 

Scull, J. 

Simrell, N. C. 

Simrell, W. W. 

Simrell, Walter 

Slocum, Enos " 

Slone, R. 

Smith, A. 

Smith, D. 

Smith, Deodat " 

Smith, J. J. " 

Smith, T. 

Stephens, William " 

Taylor, S. A. 

Taylor, T. O. 

Thatcher, P. 

Vail, D. 

Vail, Phil 

Vanseckle, D. " 

Vosburgh, M. B. " 

Ward, J. 

Wheeler, H. " 

Whitbeck, L. 

White, Charles 



The Dockash, sold by Doud & Nichols, 
Scranton, Pa. 



76 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



White, Henry 
White, Laban 
White, S. 
Whitlock, N. 
Wilson, James 
Witherby, C. B. 
Witherby, Everett 
Witherby, J. 
Cosner, David 
Jacobs, Henry P. 
La Kue, D. W. 
Smith, Charles 
Smith, Henry 
White, B. R 
Carey, Isaac 
Hubbard, Snmner 
JEEMYN, JOHN 
Lee, Geo. W. 
Lee, P. J. 
Lowry, Caleb 
McLaughlin, James R. 
Moon, Henry 
Moon, Le Roy 
Ogden, Wm. 
Scull, Wm. 
Smith, Jabez 
Snyder, Elias 
Snyder, Eno 
Snyder, Stewart 
Vail, David 
Vail, George 
Atherton, Ira 
Freeman, Frank 



Green Grove 



Hyde Park 



Jermyn 



Lackawanna 



All the old annoyances done away with 
in the Dockash. 



BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 



77 



Hendershot, Samuel 
Hildebrant, Jacob 
Inglis, James 
Jones, James 
Vanhorn, C H. 
Buntzman, Charles 
Chase, N. K. 
Howe, C. A. 
Pelhem, John 
Reynolds, Green 
Sisson, A. C. 
Sleighton, G. N. 
Tillinghast, A. G. 
Edwards, Erastus 
Evans, John 
Gunzales, John 
Hornbaker, Peter 
Hornbaker, Samuel 
Krotzer, John 
Makely, George 
McLain, Robert 
Meade, Joseph 
Noack, Reuben 
Silfus, William 
Swartz, Charles 
Swartz, Enos 
Swartz, Samuel 
Swartz, Wm. H. 
Swingle, Anson 
Wademan, Calvin 
Wademan, Merrit 
Wademan, Samuel 
Weldy, G. W. 



Lackawanna 



La Plume 



Madisonville 



A mighty step of Progress made by the 
introduction of The Dockash. 



78 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Yeager, R. A. 
Yeager, William 
Ace, Samuel 
Beck, J. 
Bedell, Peter 
Blackwell, C. 
Blackwell, M. H. 
Carcilus, Peter 
Drake, Jacob 
Drake, Lewis 
Hofman, Jolin 
Hopkins, A. 
Hopkins, D. 
Houtliwaker, Thomas 
Kepple, W. 
Petty, Milton 
Sbellingbaree, Philip 
Sliulthize, Conrad 
Stiue, Abe 
Stine, Fred. 
Stone, Tobias 
Warel, Jacob 
Williams, B. 
Winters, B. 
Ziecs, C. 
Ziecs, William 
Beverage, George 
Biesecker, Abram 
Beisecker, C. 
Beisecker, George 
Biesecker, Jacob 
Bortree, L. C. 
Brock, J. W. 



Madisonville 
(I 

Milwaukee 



Moosic 

Moscow 



The Dockash abolishes, poker, clinker, 
dust, trouble, and annoyance. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



79 



Carl, Amos 
Depew, I. C. 
Depew, Israel 
Dunstau, Jolin F. 
Evans, Daniel 
Fike, J. 
Hinds, S. J. 
Hollister, B. F. 
Joseph, William 
Lawn, George 
Miller, D. G. 
Noack, Setli 
Peters, Ezra 
Posten, M. B. 
Sayer, John F. 
Simpson, E. 
Swartz, Eli 
Swartz, Isaac 
Swartz, Levi 
Swartz, Peter 
Swartz, Simon 
Swartz, William 
Warden, B. H. 
Yeager, J. A. 
Yeager, Peter 
Ace, G. W. 
Ace, Moses 
Ace, Solomon 
Bartlis, Geo. 
Beadell, Jacob 
Blackwille, C. 
Blackwille, M. H. 
Blackwille, Wm. 



Moscow 



Mountain Valley 



The Dockash encourages promptness, 
economy, morality, and happiness. 



80 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Coolbaugli, J. B. 
Coon, G. C. 
Custer, John 
Davis, Robt. 
Harlos, Philip 
Kahr, John 
Maas, Conrad 
Maas, John 
Michael, D. Z. 
Musset, Wm. 
Schrinker, E. 
Trioley, G. M. 
Williams, John 
Aten, C. 
Bots, G. 
Breeze, John 
Casey, John 
Drake, E. 
Drake, Geo. B. 
Drake, Thos. 
Fallen, John W. 
Miller, S. H. 
Stewart, John 
Brunclage, Ambrose 
Callender, Stephen 
Ensign, E. D. 
Hull, Geo. 
Kenyon, J. B. 
Lillibridge, Jerome 
Lyons, Luther 
Mott, Winfield 
Revels, John 
Secor, Orin 



Mountain Valley 



Old Forge 



Olyphant 



The Dockash Grate, the only perfect 
fire-cleaning apparatus. 



BUSINESS DIEECTOKY. 



81 



Snyder, A. 
Stephens, Wm, J. 
Tinsley, Eobt. 
Bell, Wm. 
Callender, Stephen 
Ellsworth, David 
Ferris, Theron 
Ferris, Wm., Mrs. 
Howells, Levi 
Kenyon, Burr 
Miller, M. L. 
Morgan, Geo. 
Morgan, Wm. 
Mott, Mary Ann, Mrs. 
Mott, Winfield F. 
Newton, Geo. B. S. 
Peck, J. Wilson 
Taylor, Daniel P. 
Taylor, Milton 
Williams, John F. 
Ackerley, Albert I. 
Ackerley, J. T. 
Ackerley, Justus 
Ackerley, Lever 
Ackerley, Loron 
Ackerley, Nelson 
Brittan, Jerome 
Clark, Wm. 
Fike, Peter 
Griffin, Joseph W. 
Hall, Wm. 
Johnson, B. F. 
Johnson, Milton 



Olyphant 



Peckville 



Providence 



The Dockash Crate, sold by W. C. Doud, 
Scranton, Pa. 



82 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Lamoureux, F. A. 
Laure, E. D. 
Leach, Joseph 
Leach, Latou 
Leach, Norman 
O'Donnell, D. C. 
Phillips, Hosea 
Eussell, Albert 
Savage, James 
Stanton, Giles 
White, Avery 
White, G. K. 
Dershmier, S. 
Gardner, S. 
Hutmacher, D. M. 
Learn, D. 
Learn, H. 
Newman, C. 
Patterson, John 
Pader, John 
Rail, Levi 
Richards, P. K. 
Roesler, Charles 
Sax, A. 
Shook, J. 
Stout, J. 
Surber, John 
Sutton, Peter 
Wilber, James L. 
Buskirk, Geo. 
Butterfield, B. S. 
Cornell, Wm. 
Dorsheimer, O. 



Providence 



Ransom 



Schultzville 



Economy, Durability, and Perfection at- 
tained in The Dockash Grate. 



BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 



83 



Hopkins, S. 
Koacli, J. 
Koacli, Jno. 
Rozelle, Israel 
Thompson, Adam 
Arnold, G. M. 
Arnold, Henry 
Boice, Peter 
Cook, S. J. 
Cordner, J. S. 
Cordner, L. 
Gardner, H. 
Gardner, Wm. 
Grosvenor, Jerome 
Hopfer, Josiali 
Hunt, Edwin 
Hunt, J. L. 
Kennedy, G. M. 
Maxy, Wm. 
Moredock, Wesley 
Stone, Benoni 
Stone, Henry 
Stone, Welcome 
Taylor, D. U. 
Vankleek, M. 
Williams, David 
Daniels, Wm. 
Elias, Wm. 
Hopkins, Benj. 
Haines, Geo. Y. 
Jones, Alfred 
Jones, Wm. E. 
Louglier, Mathew 



Scliultzville 



Scott 



Spring Brook 



A bright fire in three minutes with The 
Dockash Crate. 



84 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Matthews, Wm. E. 
Pembridge, Thos. 
Richards, Morgan 
Scott, Merritt 
Slote, James 
Snyder, Wm. 
Stevens, Samuel 
Cobb, Abner 
Cobb, Cyprian 
Ferris, Cyprian 
Graves, R., Jr. 
Graves, R., Sr. 
Hutchins, Samuel 
Lowry, John 
Lowry, John, Jr. 
Taylor, B. I. 
Taylor, C. C. 
Taylor, Truman 
Wheeler, A. G. 
White, E. S. 
White, Oscar 
Austin, Wm. 
Bailey, Hollis 
Browning, Avery 
Cole, Philemon 
Evans, John 
Hopfer, H. 
Kennedy, D. N. 
Knight, J. B. 
Long, H. 
Patterson, D. 
Pedrock, John 
Phillips, Andrew 



Spring Brook 



Tompkinsville 



Wallsville 



Doud & Nichols, agents for The Dockash 
Crate. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



85 



Eeynolds, F. C. 
Kice, M. P. 
Smith, Cliandler 
Smith, James 
Smith, O. U. 
Smith, S. J. 
Travis, L. H. 
Widemaer, A. 
Algar, A. 

Armstrong, James 
Aylsworth, Aaron 
Aylsworth, Benj. 
Bechtokl, John 
Besecker, S. 
Brown, H. 
Card, Albert 
Carpenter, C. C. 
Carjjenter, Charles 
Carpenter, D. H. 
Carpenter, E. G. 
Carpenter, George 
Carpenter, Josejih 
Carpenter, Leonard 
Carpenter, S. F. 
Champlin, Geo. 
Clark, J. R. 
Coon, Charles 
Coon, O. W. 
Corey, Geo. 
Dean, M. K 
Decker, N. 
Emerson, H. 
Emerson, Thos. 



Wallsville 



Waverly 



Early breakfasts and happy families 
around The Dockash Grate. 



86 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



risk, J. A. 
risk, Rhodes 
Franklin, E. A. 
Gorton, H. 
Hall, C. W. 
Hall, John 
Hallock, David 
Knight, Asa 
Knight, Benj. 
Klees, Frank 
La Bar, J. A. 
Leonard, H. 
Lewis, W. N. 
Mershon, J. S. & Son 
Miller, Benj. 
Miller, J. W. 
Miller, Joseph B. 
Miller, M. C. 
Mumford, Amenzo 
Parker, F. A. 
Post, Gershon 
Phillips, S. M. 
Parker, Stephen 
Relph, C. C. 
Reynolds, C. 
Reynolds, S. A. 
St. Amand, A. 
St. Amand, E. 
Sherman, Roscoe 
Sherman, W. 
Slocum, Lester 
Stevens, J. P. 
Stevens, W. H. 



Waverly 



The Dockash Crate manufactured at the 
Stove Works, Scranton, Pa. 



BUSINESS DIRECTOEY. 



87 



Stone, A. 
Stone, Alfred 
Stone, Earl 
Stone, J. A. 
Stone, Jolm 
Stone, L. W 
Stone, M. 
Stone, Philip 
Stone, S. 
Stone, Waldo 
Swallow, Benj. 
Thomas, I. 
Thompson, H. 
Tingley, T. D. 
Tinkham, James 
Warner, G. F. 
Wetherby, J. M. 
White, W. 
White, W. H. 
Wight, Amos 
Wright, S. 
Brooks, Wm. 
Campbell, Johik C. 
Compton, D. 
Davis's, James 
Edwards, Wm. 
Jones, D. W. 
Jones, Jenk. 
Jones, Wm. 
Lewis, James 
Lewis, Jenk. 
Lutz, L. M. 
Millard, SoL 



Waverly 



Yostville 



Good fires make good cooking— The 
Dockash Crate secures both. 

88 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Eicliards, Wm. Yostville 
Sommers, Jolin " 

Thomas, James, Jr. " 

Thomas, Rich'd " 

Ward, Wm. " 

Wass, G. L. 

Weed, Sanford " 

Westcott, Geo. 

Fertilizers. 

HUNT BROTHERS & CO. (Limited) Scrautou 

Files. 

HUNT BROTHERS & CO. Limited. (Jowitt's 

Files and McCaffrey's Rasps) Scranton 

Fire Brick. 
CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Penn ave. 

Scranton 
HUNT BROTHERS & CO. (Limited) " 

Fish and Oysters. 
Hoffman, E. P., Wy. ave. n P. O. Scranton 
Hutchins, M. A. 106 and 108 Penn ave. 

Florists. 
TINKHAM & CLARK, Lack'a ave., west end 

Scranton 
Flour, Feed and Grain. 

(See also Flour Mills ; also Grist Mills.) 
Phelps & Bronson, 10 Wall Carbondale 

Shook, Gardner &, Wall Dalton 

Warren, Geo. East Benton 

Palmer, G. W. Glenburn 

Gardner, B, S. & Son La Plume 



W. G. Doud sells this wonderful Dockash 
Crate. 

BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 89 



AENOLD, SAMUEL Peckville 

Ashley, N. B., 20 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

DEYOE, L. W., 117 Franklin ave. 
FOEEESTEE BEOTHEES, 32 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
Jolmson, C. J., 108 Franklin ave. " 

MATTHEWS, C. P., 26 Lack'a ave. 
Euddy, M. M., Ill Franklin ave. 
Seybolt, Calvin, Centre, opp. D., L. & W. Depot 

Scranton 
The Weston Mill Co. (Limited), Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
Watts, T. H., 22 Lack'a ave. 
Manchester, W. E. Wallsville 

Flour 3IiUs. 

(See also Grist Mills. ) 

JEEMYN, JOHN Jermyn 

Frear, E. Providence 

LACK'A lEON & COAL CO., Jeff. ave. cor 
Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Weston Mills Co. (Limited), 47 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 

Fruits and Vegetables. 

Bertoli, Frank & Co., 301 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Cleveland, J. E., 34 Lack'a ave. " 

Ferando, M., 123 Wyoming ave. " 

Lindley, Levi, 114 Penn ave. " 

Mackey, L., Wy. ave., n. Spruce " 

Penman, E. J., 419 Penn ave. " 
Shilstone, Frank E., 427 Penn ave. 
Sweet, H. B., 501 Lack'a ave. 



The great triumph of all the ages— The 
Dockash Crate. 

90 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Fruits, Wholesale. 
SNYDEE, A. A. & CO., 30 Lack'a ave. 

Scrauton 

Furnaces and Heaters, Manufacturers of. 
(See also Stove Manufacturers.) 

FINCH & CO. (A. P. Fincli aucl Irving A. 
Finch), Wroiiglit-iron Heatings, D., L. & 
W. K. R., n Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Furnaces and Ranges. 

CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Penn ave. 

Scranton 
DOUD & NICHOLS, 511 Lack'a ave. " 
DOUD, W. G., 507 Lack'a ave. 
HUNT BROTHEES & CO., Limited 

(Reynold's Furnaces) " 

LEONARD BROTHERS, 508 Lack'a 

ave. " 

MALONEY & KELLY, 126 Penn ave. 

(See advertisement, p. 93.) . 

A. P. FINCH. IRVING A. FINCH. 

IRON FOUNDERS &. MACHINISTS, 

And Manufacturers of Steam-Engines, Boilers, Mining and Breaker 
Machinery, Cicular Saw Mills, Hoisting Machines, Pulleys, Shafting 
and General Machinery. And Dealers in Iron Pipe, Steam Fittings, 
Packing, Architectural Iron Work, and all descriptions of Castings 
in Iron and Brass. Wrought Iron Furnaces. 

Works on Del., Lack. & Western R. R., near Lack. Aye. Crossing, 
HYIDE PA-RIi SSIDK, 



Perfect combustion by The Dockash 
causes the greatest^economy. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



91 



Furniture Dealers. 

(See also Undertakers.) 
Kinback, Anthony 
Sweeney, John 
Kase, John, 322 Main 
Kinback, J. R, 6 Main 
Kirby, W. E., 413 Church 
Eosner, Charles, ft Welsh Hill 
Dale, W. & Son 
Sims, Geo. W. 
Krotzer, A. A. 
Lechworth, T. P. 
De Frehn, William 
Becker, F., r Scranton ave. 
Corless, Chas., Main 
Kilmer, J. J., Main 
Drake, Emory 
Hessler, G. W. 
Brown, G. S. 
Berry, A. 
Christmas, D. H. 
HILL & KEISER, 417 Lack'a 



Archbalcl 
Carbondale 



Daleville 

Dalton 

Dunmore 

a 

Dunnings 
Hyde Park 



La Plume 

Moosic 

Moscow 

Olyphant 

Providence 

ave. Scranton 



LEONARD BROTHERS, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES, 

stoves and Tinware, Plumbing and Gas Fitting. 



JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN 



SCALES, SHOVELS, NAILS, AND MININ& SUPPLIES, 
Lackawanna Ave., SCRANTON, PA. 



The Dockash, sold by Doud & Nichols, 
Scranton, Pa. 

92 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Hull, G. M. & Co., 213 and 215 Lack'a 

ave. Scranton 

Klein, John, 506 Lack'a ave. 

Long, J. F., Linden n Wyoming ave. 

SCHELLHASE, HENEY, 209 Penn 
ave. 

EAUB, A. R, 128 Wyoming ave. 

SISSENBEEGEE, WM., 113 Penn 
ave. 

Storr, C, 315 Cedar 

WEISSMANN, JACOB, Cedar 

Elias, David P. Spring Brook 

Carey, Owen Tompkinsville 

Newcomb, Cliarles Wallsville 

Elias, D. B. Yostville 

Galvanized Iron Cornices. 

LEONAED BEOS., 508 Lack'a ave. Scranton 
Gas Fixtures. 

HUNT BEOTHEES & Co. (Limited) Scranton 

MALONEY & KELLY, 126 Penn ave. " 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 
Dimock, J. W., 320 Main Carbondale 

Noakes & Cooper, Main c Jackson Hyde Park 
Stern, Wm., Cedar Scranton 

Grindstones and Fixtures. 

DOUD & NICHOLS, 511 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Gj'ist Mills. 

(See also Flour Mills.) 

The Weston Mill Co., Limited (a branch of 

the same company at Scranton), Mill 

Carbondale 



All the old annoyances done away with 
in The Dockash. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



93 



Miller, F. A. 
Price, Charles 
Warren, George 
Manchester, Wm. E. 
Warren, E. 
Johnston, Thomas 
Ehrgood, E. J. 
Gaige, H. L. & Co. 
Gerhardt, M. J. 
AKNOLD, SAMUEL 
Peck & Wise 

Miller, 

Carpenter, T. 

Grocers, Betail. 
(See also Country Stores 
Duher, Thomas 
Bolancl, Hugh, Mrs. 
Bolan, Margaret, Mrs. 
Brunig, Wm., 222 Main 
Burke, Bryan, 215 S. Main 



Clark's Green 

East Benton 
Fleetville 

Milwaukee 
Moscow 



Peckville 

Providence 
Tompkinsville 



Archbald 
Carbondale 




MALONEI k KELLY, 

Plamliers, &as-Fillers & Timers 

Also Sole Agents for the American 
Submerged Pump, Patent Corrugated 
Conductor and Suimyside Heater. Man- 
ufacturers of Galvanized Iron Cornices, 
Roofing, Tinware, &c. 

Dealers in Stoves, Furnaces, 

MANTELS, GAS FIXTURES, &c., 

No. 126 Penn Ayenue, Scraiiton, Pa. 



A mighty step of Progress made by the 
introduction of The Doclcash. 



94 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Coogan, Thomas, White Bridge Carbondale 

Cliurcliill, C, 315 Main 

Gilmartin, M. E., 207 S. Main 

Hutcliins, J. a, Wall 

Lacken, Hugh, Shanty Hill " 

Loftus, Michael, Old No. 3 

McCabe, Ann, Mrs., Canaan " 

McDonnell, Michael, S. Main " 

McDonnell, Peter, Dundaff 

McDonough, Thomas, Brooklyn " 

Nealon, Stephen, Main " 

Packer & Munger, Wall " 

Quiun, Patrick, Dundaff " 

Tighe, Anthony, Dundaff " 

Tighe, Thomas, Fall Brook 

Williams, Wm., Belmont " 

BOYLE, JOHN D. Dunmore 

Gavin, Philip " 

Gibbons, Michael " 

McAndrew, Patrick " 

Barrow, Thos., Main Hyde Park 

Cannon, Thos. F. 

Christ, Louis, Jackson " 

Clapp, Joseph W. " 

Clark, Wm. 

Clark, Wm. F. 

Cooper, James &, Co., Main " . 

Davis, Bezaleel, Main " 

Haley, James J., Wyoming " 

Hughes, E. & Son, Main 

JONES, BEN J. J., Main n P. O. 

Jones, H. D., Jackson " 

McGarry, P., Main 



The Dockash abolishes poker, clinker, 
dust, trouble, and annoyance. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 95 

Morton, E. & Co., Main Hyde Park 

Post, E. C, Main 

Sax, G. E., Main 

Smith, Wm. V., Main " 

Ward, P., Main c Jackson " 

Williams, C, Main 

Cummings, M., Mrs. Olypliant 

Evans, Jolin " 

Gallagher, Pichard " 

Kelly, Thos. 

Loftus, Thos. 

Barney, Wm. Providence 

Carter, P. 

Cooper, C. E. 

Dugan, James " 

Duller, Thomas " 

Elynn, Enos " 

Gillespie, John B. " 

Hawkes, John, Turnpike road " 

Kenney, James " 

McGennis & Moore " 

Eogers, W. S. " 

Euan & Clark " 

Seward Bros. " 

Thornton, Anthony " 

Von Storch, A. J. 

W^alsh Peter " 

AMEEICAN TEA CO., 504 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
(See advertisement, p. 97. ) 

Arkason, Eobert, Shanty Hill " 

Beadle & Steele, 208 Lack'a ave. " 

Block, Samuel, 217 Penn ave. " 



The Dockash encourages promptness, 
economy, morality, and happiness, 

96 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Casey, John, R. R. ave. Scranton 

Castles & Innes, 519 Lack'a ave. " 

Coleman, A. H., 427 Lack'a ave. " 

Coon, P. W. & Bro., 115 Franklin ave. " 

Cotter, Patrick, Mrs., K R. ave. 

Coursen, A. H. & E. G., 429 Lack'a ave. " 

Devine, Jolm, Shanty Hill " 

Donnelly, Patrick, Shanty Hill " 

Doran, Peter, Shanty Hill 

Engle, Jacob, Alder " 

POSTER, LOUIS, Southampton 

Franz, Wm., Wash. ave. " 

Frear, R. H., Wash, ave., S. F. 

Frebel & Son, Shanty Hill 

Fruehan, Geo., Jr., Cedar c Willow " 

Gibson, John, Shanty Hill " 

Godwin, John J., Wash, ave., S. F. " 

Gordon, Catherine " 

Grady, Wm., 2d 

HESS BROS., 401 Penn ave. 

Holland, H. & A. D., Wy. ave. c Linden " 

Hughes, E. D., 20 Lack'a ave. 

Hughes, Wm., 116 Penn ave. " 

Hunt, J. M., 218 Penn ave. 

INGLIS, JOHN SCOTT, Spruce c Penn ave. 

Johnson, W., Main n Northampton Scranton 

Jones Brothers, 311 Lack'a ave. " 

Phelps, P. B. 

Kelley, Thos. J. 

Kennedy & Messet, 5th ave. " 

Kilcullen, John, Wash. ave. " 

Lundy, Michael, Shanty Hill " 

Manley, James, Shanty Hill " 



The Dockash Crate, the only perfect 
rire-cleaning apparatus. 

BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 129 

Restaurants. 

(See also Saloons ; also Dining Rooms.) 

Burke, E. P., 323 Main Carbondale 

Mitchell, Kichard, Wall 
Munly, T. J. & Co., 305 Main 
Sclioen, Andrew, Jackson Hyde Park 

Banfield, Edwin Jermyn 

Pearce, E. W. Providence 

Bloeser, R., Penn ave. n Spruce Scranton 

Brock, Wm., 123 Wyoming ave. " 

CONGRESS HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, 
Smitli, Hulbert, Prop., 218 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
Durr, Fred., 313 Lack'a ave. " 

Kocli, Joseph, 328 Lack'a ave. " 

THE BANK, H. C. Burscliel, 7 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
Ziegler & Greiner, 325 Lack'a ave. " 



THE SCRANTON 

Daily and Weekly Times 

A. A. CHASE, Editor, 

226 Lackawanna Ave,, Scranton, Pa, 

Eaily, $7.00, Weekly, $1.00. 

9 



The Dockash Crate, sold by W. C. Doud, 
Scranton, Pa. 

130 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Roofing and Cornices. 
CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Penn ave. 

Scranton 
HUNT BKOTHEES k CO. (Limited) " 

Ruhher Goods. 
HUNT BROTHEES & CO., Limited (Hose 
and Packing) Scranton 

Safety Fuse and Squibs. 
HUNT BEOTHEES & CO. (Limited) Scranton 

Sand Paper and Glass. 
HUNT BEOTHEES & Co. (Limited) Scranton 

Saloons. 
(See also Restaurants ; also Wines and Liquors, Retail. ) 
Ball, Joseph Archbald 

Gilgallon, James 
Hennigan, J. H 
Linderman, H. D. 
Ort, Peter 
Ort, Peter, Mrs. 
Sheriff, W. 
Swift, John J. 
Beck, John V., 7th Carbondale 

ID. 0". E"V*.A.IsrS, 

Book, Pjmphlet, Cjeo jnd GENEem Job Printer 

The only Printing OfSce in the City where English, Welsh and German 
Joh Frintiag is done. 

322 Lackawanna Ave., SCRANTON, PA. 



Economy, Durability, and Perfection at- 
tained in The Dockash Crate. 



BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 131 



Fiunigan, Patrick, Dundaif Carbondale 

Gallagher, J. P., Wall 

Gilliii, John, Dimdaff 

Hallowell, John, Main " 

Kennedy, Richard, at depot " 

Kilpatrick, J. W., 208 Main 

McGarrah, P., Main 

Mohr, John, 335 Main 

Rehkop, Louisa, Mrs., 205 Main 

Sullivan, Thomas, Dundaff " 

White, J. W., 8 Wall 

Burschel, Peter Dunmore 

Keite, Fred. 

Knapp, Peter *' 

Lavelle, M. W. 

Buckley, John, Jackson Hyde Park 

Callahan, Patrick " 

CLEARY, EDWARD J., Lack'a ave. " 

Durkiu, P., Main " 

NICHOLAS KIEFER, 

FUSLISHEM 

SCRANTON HEROLD 



GENERAL JOB PRINTER, 

30 f J Lackaivanna Ave., Scr anion , ^JPa. 

Largest Circulation of any German Paper in Northern Penn- 
sylvania. $2.00 per year. 



A bright fire in three minutes with The 
Dockash Crate. 



132 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Evans, Georpje W. 

Farr, Edward, Lack' a ave. 

Gallagher, A. J., Main 

Green, Simon, Main 

Haggerty, Owen, Jackson 

James, John A., Main 

Jenkins, Samnel, Main 

Leitner, Henry, Main 

Lewis, Henry, Main 

Liedinger, Peter, Jackson 

May, J. J., Main 

McTierney, John, Scranton ave. 

McTiernan, John, Scranton ave. 

Owens, D. M., Main 

Owens, John, Main 

Packer, Wm., Main 

Richards, S., Mrs., Main 

Scanlon, M., Main 

Wagner, John, Main 

Williams, Albert, Jackson n Main 

Missett, Arthur 

Barrett, Michael 

Hoban, P. J. 

McAndrews, John 

Andrews, John 

Duggan, John J. 

McKinsey, Philip 

Thomas, John 

Vaughan, S. B. 

Zeidler, Chris. 

Ballus, J., Mrs., Alder 

BLATTER, HENRY, 505 Lack'a 

Blewett, Patrick, Phelps, P. B. 



Hyde Park 



Jermyn 
Olyphant 



Providence 



Scranton 
ave. " 



Doud & Nichols, agents for The Dockash 
Grate. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 133 

Bradley, Humplirey, 143 Centre Scranton 

Casper, J., 828 Penn ave. 

Conrad, Charles, 126 Cedar 

Coyne, Hugh, 210 Lack'a ave. 

Creter, Peter, 321 Penn ave. 

Culkin, Mrs., Penn ave. P. B. 

Cummings, P., Lack'a ave. 

Dankwertz, Henry, 842 Penn ave. 

Dempsey, James B., 125 Penn ave. 

Dippre, John C, 223 Cedar 

Donahoe, Patrick, Meadow Brook 

Dreher, Charles, 862 Penn ave. 

Engie, Charles (Petersburg) 

Ezenberger, Fritz, Cedar 

Fahrenbolt, J. T., 315 Penn ave. 

Ferguson, John, 863 Penn ave. 

FISCHER, CHARLES, 515 Lack'a ave. 

Fischer, Charles, Wash, ave., S. F, 

Frey, F., 829 Penn ave. 



42? Lactawam Ave, Scranton, Pa. 



AUGUST STUTZBACH, Editor & Prop. 



S2.00 "Per Year. 



Early breakfasts and happy families 
around The Dockash Grate. 



134 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Golden, Patrick, E.. E.. ave. Scranton 

Grieser, Joseph, Wasli. ave., S. F. " 
Gruhn, Cliaiies, 130 Cedar 

Hartmann, Charlotte, Alder " 

Henry, C. M., Scranton ave. " 
HENSEL, WM., 207 Penn ave. 

Herbster, S., Cedar " 

Herz, Powell, Nanny Goat Hill " 

Hurley, Michael, Shanty Hill " 
Jenkins, E. M., 121 Erauklin ave. 

Jones, J. G., 105 Penn ave. " 

Kiefer, Frank, Wy. ave. n P. O. " 

Kiper, Jacob, 131 Penn ave. " 

Klein, Charles, Pittston ave. " 

Kunz, Jacob, Cedar " 

Loftus, Mrs., Penn ave., P. B. " 

Mans, Jacob, Wash. ave. " 

May, Martin, Wash, ave., S. F. " 
Merrick, Wm., Shanty Hill 

Milander, , Wash. ave. " 

Miller, Chas., Centre n Wy. ave. " 
Moore, J. W., 105 Lack'a ave. 

Eanninger, Lawrence, Cedar " 

Eobinson, Louis, Cedar c Alder " 
Euf, Martin, 309 Spruce 

Scanlon, Martin, 122 Penn ave. " 
SCHIMPFF, JACOB, Cedar c Hickory " 

Schunk, John, Cedar " 
Walter, H., 522 Lack'a ave. 

Walton, Hiram, 313 Penn ave. " 
Wenzel, Conrad, Lack'a ave. w s Bridge " 
Ziegler, Wm., 104 Cedar 



The Dockash Crate manufactured at the 
Stove Works, Scranton, Pa. 



BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 135 


Saiv Mills. 




Hunt, Jesse 


Bald Mount 


Lee, Pliilo & Son 


Carbondale 


Williams, John W. 


<( 


Griffin, James 


Clark's Green 


Baum, D. 


Clifton 


Colvin, H. J. 


Dalton 


Mitchell, J. P. 


Drinker 


Keesler, J. M. 


Dunnings 


Miller, J. S. 


n 


Ehodes, J. M. 


(( 


Snyder, E. 


C( 


Potter, John I. 


East Benton 


Warren, Geo. 


a 


Wedeman, Geo. 


a 


Buylor, Wm. 


Fleetville 


Smith & Yail 


Jermyn 


Gardner, B. S. & Son 


La Plume 


Ives, Irwin 


Madisonville 


Johnston, Thomas 


Milwaukee 


Bryan, A. C. 


Moosic 


Troxel, Grim & Co. 


u 


Beck, W. K. 


Moscow 


Small <fe Ehrgood (Shingles) 


11 


Van Brunt, C. P. 


(( 


Derlinner, S. 


Eansom 


Osborn, Joseph G. 
Hierlihy, W. B. 
Potter, J. I. 


Scott 


Thomas, Wm. 
Emerson, J. M. 
Sickler, J. W. 


Spring Brook 
Tompkinsville 



Good fires make good cooking— The 
Dockash Crate secures both. 

136 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Halsted, Pierson Wallsville 

Spencer, W. D. 

Scales, Dealers in. 
HUNT BEOTHERS & CO., Limited (Fair- 
bank's Standard) Scranton 

Scales, 3Ianufacturers of. 
Barker, Samuel G., Cliff n D., L. & W. R. E. 

Scranton 

Seeds. 
HUNT BEOTHEES & CO., Limited (Clover 
and Timothy) Scranton 

Segar llanufacturers. 
(See also Tobacconists, Retail.) 

HAET, JOHN C, 308 Main Carbondale 

Maxwell, E. T., 311 Main 

Scliafer, Geo., 227 S. Main 

Stewart, J. M., Main 

Johnson, John, Main cor. Jackson Hyde Park 

Hall, J. W., r Jackson 

BLATTEE, HENEY, 505 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton. 
Brown, A. W., Penn ave, cor. Spruce " 
Flinn, Edmund, 409 Penn ave. " 

SCHNEIDEE, JOSEPH, South Eynon " 

Sewing Machines. 

Jones, John P., Pub. sq. Carbondale 

Singer Mfg. Co. (Schenck & Eice, Agents), 315 

Main Carbondale 

Jones S., 322 Lack'a ave. Scranton 



W. C. Doud sells this wonderful Dockash 
Crate. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 137 

Tunstall, Stephen, Agent, 416 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 

Shirt Manufacturers. 
(See also Gents' Famishing Goods.) 

MOODY, P. O., 105 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Shovels. 
CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Penn ave. 

Scranton 
HUNT BKOTHEES & CO., Limited 

(Ames', Porter's & Rowland's) " 

Slate Dealers. 
Hull, J. L. & A., Lack'a ave. cor. R. E.. crossing 

Scranton 
Soap Manufacturers. 
Reynolds, Otis, 67 Terrace Carbondale 

Stables. 

Daley, A. W., r 331 Main Carbondale 

DURFEE, A. B. & BRO., r 316 Main 

Hoffman & Son Gouldsboro 

Weymes, Michael, Jackson Hyde Park 

"Williams, Sylvester Olyphant 

Botsford, Ezra Providence 

Flynn, Peter " 

CARPENTER, OSCAR (boarding), 209 Wy. 
ave. Scranton 

Drew, S. M., Centre n Penn ave. " 

FOOTE, A. L., 118 and 120 Franklin ave. " 
Forest House Stables, Spruce n Wy. ave. 

Scranton 
Godshaw Bros., Spruce n Wy. ave. " 



The; great triumph of all the ages— The 
Dockash Grate. 



138 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Silkman & Woodling, Spruce n Wyoming ave. 

Scranton 
Hetzel, Thos., Centre n Penn ave. " 

McKinney, E., Sj)ruce n Wy. ave. " 

Steam and Gas Fitters, and Sup2olies. 
FINCH & CO. (A. P. Fincli, Irving A. Finch, 
D., L. & W. R. R., n Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Stoves and Tinware. 



Bishop Bros. Archbalcl 

O'Boyle, F. J. 

Gilhool, J. B., S. Main Carbondale 

Lindsay & Early, 7th 

Dale, W. & Son Daleville 

Harrington, L. Dunmore 

Finch, A. P., Main Hyde Park 

Hughes, M. W., Main ' " 

JERMYN, JOHN Jermyn 

Johnston, Thos. Milwaukee 

Bowen &, Son Moscow 

Patten, J. W. Olyphant 

Eichards, J. P. 

Reese, Samuel Peckville 

Devers, James Providence 

Dolphin, P. C. 

PITT, ALFRED, Market 

Silkman, Frank B. 

CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Penn ave. 

Scrautou 
DOUD & NICHOLS, 511 Lack'a ave. " 
DOUD, W. G., 507 Lack'a ave. 
HUNT BROTHERS & CO., Limited (Manu- 
facturers) Scranton 



Perfect combustion by The Dockash 
causes the greatest economy. 

BUSINESS DIKECTOBY. 139 

LEONARD BROS., 514 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

MALONEY & KELLY, 126 Penn ave. " 

Miller, John, 310 Cedar 

Ober, Joseph, 321 Penn ave. " 

Ziegler, Henry J., 207 Cedar • 

Cowles, E. M., Mrs. Waverly 

Stove 3Ianufacturers. 
VAN BERGEN & CO. ' Carbondale 

SCRANTON STOYE & MANUFACTURING 
CO., Lack'a ave. c 7th Scranton 

Tailors. 
(See also Merchant Tailors.) 

McMullin, N., Wall Carbondale 
Stephens, Wm., 408 Main 

Higgins, J. C. Clark's Green 

Still, John Dalton 

GABE, L., Franklin Hyde Park 

Morgan, Thomas, Main " 

Palmer, Wm. Jermyn 

Blockberger, Charles Olyphant 

STOVES, RANGES AND HEATERS, 

Coal Hods, Tin and Iron Ware, Nails, Shovels, Com Shellers and 
Agricultural Implements, Iron and Steel, Leather and Rubber Belt- 
ing, Belt Lacings, Rivets and Burrs, 

TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, 

Mechanics' Tools in great Variety, Champion Lightning Cross-cut 
Saws, Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, Perkin's and Walker's Horse Shoes, 
Vulcan, Globe and Ausable Horse Nails, Cistern and Well Pumps, 
Patent Money Drawers, Miners' Lamps, and nearly everything in the 
line of Builders' and Housekeepers' Hardware, may be found at 
the old stand of C. H. & W. G. Doud. 

X>o-u.cL cfis i^JlclioXst, 

No. 511 Laehmvannii Avenue, 



The Dockash, sold by Doud & Nichols, 
Scranton, Pa. 

140 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Beck, David, 125 Penn ave. Scranton 

Grampp, A., 319 Lack'a ave. " 

Saar, Cliarles, Pittston ave. " 

Tanners and Curriers. 

Morss, Geo. L. Carbondale 

Cromwell, James Clark's Green 

Cliild§ & Bloomer Dunnings 

Snyder, Eugene " 

Hoyt Bros. Gouldsboro 

Eaton, A. A. Moosic 

McKiustry, A. B. Scliultzville 

Tinkham, Charles Waverly 

Teas, Coffees, and Spices, Retail. 
(See also Grocers, Retail. ) 

AMEEICAN TEA CO., 504 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
Bain's Steam Coffee Co., 133 Penn ave. " 
Keystone Tea and Coffee Co., Kneclit & Co., 
121 Penn ave. Scranton 

LEAS, J. A., Spruce cor Penn ave. " 

Terra Cotta and Sewer Pipe. 

CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Penn ave. 

Scranton 

HUNT BEOTHEES & CO. Limited (Scotch 

and American) Scranton 

Tinsmiths and Sheet L^on Workers. 
(See also Stoves and Tinware. ) 

CONNELL & BATTIN, 118 Penn ave. 

Scranton 
Horn, E. S. C, Spruce n Penn ave. " 

HUNT BEOTHEES & CO., (Limited) " 



All the old annoyances done away with 
in The Dockash. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 141 

Tobacconists, Retail. 

(See also Segar Manufacturers.) 

HAET, JOHN C, 308 Main Carbondale 

MAKCY, E. B., 318 N. Main 

Davis Brothers, 201 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Krone, Julius, 219 Penn ave. 

Luther, Henry, 520 Lack'a ave. 

Motchman, A., 501 Lack'a ave. 

Preston, G. L., 123 Penn ave. 

Welsh, A. E., 207 Wyoming ave. 

Tobacconists, Wholesale. 

(See also Seg'ar Manufacturers.) 

CLAEK & SNOVEE, 602 and 604 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
Garney, Short & Co., 302 Lack'a ave. " 

Toe Calks. 

HUNT BEOTHEES & CO., Limited (of 

Swedish steel) Scranton 
Toys. 

Jones, David, Main Hyde Park 

Lewis, James J., Main " 

NOETON, M., 322 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Trunks and Valises. 

NETTLETON, F. E., 408 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Undertakers. 

(See also Furniture Dealers.) 

Becker, J., Main Hyde Park 

Price, Wm., 37 Main " 

Berry, A. Olyphant 

Berry, A. Providence 
Jones, D. D. 



A mighty step of Progress made by the 
introduction of The Dockash. 



142 



THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



Hinckley, G. Scott 

Hazlett, S. H., 321 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

KAUB, A. E., 128 Wyoming ave. 
"WEISSMANN, JACOB, Cedar 

Upholsterers. 
(See also Furniture Dealers.) 

HILL & KEISEE, 417 Lack'a ave. Scranton 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
Ford, John Scliultzville 

Sitterly, C. M., Spruce n Wy. ave. Scranton 
Wheat, L. E., Wy. ave. n P. O. 

Vinegar Manufacturers. 
Frankenfiekl, E. W., 28 Lack'a ave. Scranton 
Wilson, Wm. M. & Co., G. E. 

Watchmakers and Jewelers. 

Bradley, T. D. & Co., 303 Main Carbondale 

Burr, Washington, 330 Main " 

Sommers, Henry Dunmore 

Waters, Geo., Main Hyde Park 

Hickmiller, J. H. La Plume 

Johnston, Thos., Jr. Milwaukee 

Carey, John Moscow 

Everson, I. D. Olyphant 

Brundage, C. W. Peckville 

Teal, John H. Providence 
Westlake, E. E. 

Bonn, Henry, 128 Cedar Scranton 

Christman, David, 407 Penn ave. " 

Eirestine, Benedict, Wash. ave. S. F. " 

Freeman, J. A., 321 Lack'a ave. " 

Gehr, Conrad, Southampton " 



The Dockash abolishes poker, clinker, 
dust, trouble, and annoyance. 

BUSINESS DIllECTORY. 143 

Haetticli, Peter, 109 Penn ave. Scranton 

KONAKSON, A. C, 107 Wy. ave. 
Maddos & Gross, 223 Penn ave. 
Mercereau, C. L., 307 Lack'a ave. " 

Shepard, John, 324 Lack'a ave. " 

Bailey, E. H. Waverly 

Water Proof Paper. 
CONNELL & BATTIN,'ll8 Penn ave. 

Scranton 
HUNT BEOTHEES & CO. (Limited) " 

Weather Strips. 
HUNT BEOTHEES & CO. (Limited) Scranton 

Western Grain. 
HANCOCK, GEIEE & CO., 42 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
Wines a)id Liquors, Retail. 

(See also Saloons ; also Restaurants. ) 

Atkinson, Daniel Archbald 

Brodrick, Anthony " 

Lynott, Martin " 

Shea, D. D. 

Barrett, Patrick, Main Carbondale 

Dnrkin, Thos., Scranton ave. Hyde Park 

Shea, Wm. Olyphant 

Callahan, P., Penn ave. cor Centre Scranton 
Campbell, Andrew, 424 Lack'a ave. 
Cusick, Owen, 424 Lack'a ave. 
Flyun, Patrick, 518 Lack'a ave. 
Flynn & Coar, 111 Wyoming ave. 
Henn, Charles, 403 Penn ave. 
KINBACK & FLANAGHAN, 195 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 



The Dockash encourages promptness, 
economy, morality, and happiness, 

144 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

KINBACK, GEO., 105 Wyoming ave, Scranton 
O'Bojle, Tlios., 5tli ave. cor E. R. ave. " 
Weicliel & Godwin, 428 Lack'a ave. " 

Weichel, Pliilip, 220 Penn ave. 

Wines and Liquors, Wholesale. 
Kelly, J. H. Dunmore 

Kocli, Jacob C, Main Hyde Park 

O'Meara, M., Main 

Smith, J. G, Jackson " 

Kelly, Wm. Providence 

Appert, J., 301 Penn ave. Scranton 

Callahan, P. P., 425 Penn ave. 
CASEY BEOS., 210 Lack'a ave. 
Kearney, Burke & Co., 324 Penn ave. " 
Kelly, J. H. & Co., 428 Lack'a ave. 
THOMPSON, FEANK & CO., 18 Lack'a ave. 

Scranton 
Whyte, W. H., 203 Lack'a ave. 

Wood Turners. 

Holgate Bros. Daleville 

Klass, Daniel Yostville 

Turner, Nathan Yostville 

Wooden and Willoiv Ware, WJiolesale. 
HITCHCOCK, ARTHUE, Spruce cor Penn 
ave. Scranton 

Yeast Manufacturers. 
Kirkpatrick, C. W., Penn ave. opp. Dickson 
Manufacturing Co. Scranton 



The Dockash Crate, the only perfect 
fire-cleaning apparatus. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 145 



.A.3E>I^E3Kri33:3C. 



LACKAWANNA COUNTY. 

Court and County Officers. — President Judge, 
Hon. G. M. Harding, Wilkesbarre ; Additional 
Law Judges, Hon. John Handley, Scranton ; 
Hon. W. H. Stanton, Wilkesbarre ; Protliono- 
tary, F. L. Hitchcock ; Deputies, J, H. Welles 
and O. B. Wright ; Sheriff, A. B. Stevens ; 
Deputy, T. E. Reynolds ; Recorder, A. Miner 
Eenshaw ; Deputy, C. G. Boland ; Treasurer, 
Williaru N. Monies ; Register, J. L. Lee ; 
Clerk of the Courts, J. R. Thomas; Deputy, 
W. G. Thomas; District Attorney, F. W. 
Gunster ; Commissioners, H. L. Gaige, Dennis 
Tierney, H. F. Barrett; Clerk, G. H. Birdsall; 
Auditors, E. J. Lynett, Robert Reeves, W. J. 
Lewis ; Jury Commissioners, James Lynch, 
Eugene Snyder ; County Surveyor, P. M. 
Walsh ; County Detective, Peter Shoemaker. 

Post Ofliccs ill L<acka\vaiiiia County. 

Archbald, Bald Mount, Carbondale, Clark's 
Green, Clifton, Daleville, Dalton, Dickson 
City, Drinker, Dunmore, Dunning's, East Ben- 
ton, Fleetville, Glenburn, Gouldsborough, 
Green Grove, Hyde Park, Jermyn, Lackawanna, 
La Plume, Madisonville, Milwaukee, Moosic, 
10 



The Dockash Crate, sold by W. G. Doud, 
Scranton, Pa. 

146 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Moscow, Mountain Valley, Old Forge, Oly- 
pliant, Peckville, Providence, Ransom, Scliultz- 
ville, Scott, Scranton, Spring Brook, Tomp- 
kinsville, Wallsville, Waverly, Winton, Yost- 
ville. 



SCRANTON. 

City Officers. — Mayor, T. V. Powderly ; Con- 
troller, C. D. Breck ; Solicitor, I. H. Burns ; 
Surveyor, P. Blewitt ; Clerk, George B. 
Foster ; Street Commissioner, J. J. Maghran ; 
Chief of Police, P. DeLacey. 

Board of Health.— H. V. Powderly, Dr. I. 
F. Everhart, Dr. W. E. Allen, J. C. Piatt, J. J. 
Howley. 

Select Council. — P. J. Ruane, President ; 
George B. Foster, Clerk. 1st Ward, Richard 
Thomas; 2d Ward, Patrick O'Donnell ; 3d 
Ward, P. J. Ruane ; 4th Ward, N. Hellering ; 
5th Ward, John T. Richards; 6th Ward, 
James O'Malley ; 7th Ward, W. W. Ruane ; 
8th Ward, S. W. Keller; 9th Ward, D. N. 
Green ; 10th Ward, Jacob Engle ; 11th Ward, 
John Nape ; 12th Ward, John Connery ; 13th 
Ward, C. W. Thompson ; 14th Ward, Thomas 
Gilroy ; 15th Ward, John Johnson ; 16tli 
Ward, William Kellow ; 17th Ward, C. F. 
Mattes; 18th Ward, Thomas O'Boyle ; 19th 
Ward, M. T. Lavelle ; 20th Ward, John Gib- 
bons ; 21st Ward, Thomas Morton. 

Committees. — -Finance : Messrs. Green, La- 
velle, Gilroy, Richards and O'Donnell. Tax : 



Economy, Durability, and Perfection at- 
tained in The Dockash Crate. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 147 

Messrs. Morton, Hellering, Engle, Thompson, 
and Mattes. Judiciary : Messrs. Thomas, 
Ruane, Keller, Johnson and Mattes. Public 
Buildings : Messrs. Johnson, O'Boyle, Thom- 
as, Nape and Counery. Streets and Bridges : 
Messrs. Ruane, O'Donnell, Kellow, O'Boyle 
and Johnson. Police : Messrs. O'Donnell, 
O'Malley, Morton, Gibbons and Kellow. Gas 
and Water : Messrs. O'Boyle, Nape, Connery, 
Lavelle and Gilroy. Printing : Messrs. La- 
velle, O'Boyle, Gibbons, Keller and Engle. 
Fire Department : Messrs. Keller, Green, 
O'Malley, Thomas and Gibbons. Sanitary : 
Messrs. Thompson, Mattes, Connery, Nape 
and Richards. Estimates : Messrs. Kellow, 
Engle, Lavelle, Thompson and Gilroy. Treas- 
urer's Accounts : Messrs. Gilroy, Green and 
O'Donnell. Sewers and Drains : Messrs. 
Mattes, Connery, Hellering, O'Malley and 
Ruane. Vice and Immorality : Messrs. Hel- 
lering, Richards, O'Malley, Kellow and 
Morton. 

Common Council. — L. H. Wint, President ; 
P. W. Stokes, Clerk. 1st Ward, J. H. Moore, 
Edward D. Jones ; 2d Ward, W. H. Williams, 
F. S. Phinney, Valentine Birtley ; 3d Ward, 
T. F. Noon, J. P. Collins ; 4th Ward, T. J. 
Luce, Lewis Morse, John Frank, W. S. Wil- 
liams ; 5th Ward, Henry Meyer, Joseph Mor- 
gan, Nich. Washburne, Thomas P. Stevens ; 
6th Ward, John Noble, Peter Foy ; 7th Ward, 
John Doherty, P. Barrett ; 8th Ward, C. J. 
Johnson, C. A. Stevens, Horace Shirer ; 9th 



A bright fire in threa minutes with The 
Dockash Crate. 

148 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

"Ward, C. W. Kirkpatrick, William Matthews ; 
lOtli Ward, John Freese, Philip Switzer ; 11th 
Ward, William Franz, Simon Straub, Antoin 
Fisch ; 12th Ward, Michael Fenton, William 
Morgan; 13th Ward, H. A. Mace, J. K 
Smith; 14th Ward, M. F. Wymbs, Duncan 
Wright, T. Gilroy, Jr. ; 15th Ward, T. G. 
Jones, Nicholas Foster, Peter Gallagher ; 
16th Ward, K. H. Throop, S. G. Smith, Aus- 
tin Moore ; 17th Ward, E. H. Eipple, H. M. 
Hannah ; IStli Ward, P. W. Kelly, James 
Corcoran ; 19th AVard, Charles Ham, P. B. 
Brogan, E. J. Murray; 20th Ward, Martin 
DunleaA^y, Micheal Casey ; 21st Ward, J. G. 
Nicholson, Charles Gallagher. 

Committees. — Finance : Messrs. Hippie, C. 
A. Stevens, Noble, Throop, S. G. Smith. 
Taxes : Messrs. Wright, E. D. Jones, Kelley, 
Mace, Switzer. Judiciary : Messrs. Hannah, 
Foster, Washburn, Johnson, Freese. Public 
Buildings : Messrs. Washburn, Doherty, 
Ham, Hannah, Sliirer. Streets and Bridges : 
Messrs. Matthews, A. Moore, Gilroy, Franz, 
Morse. Police : Messrs. Luce, Kelley, S. G. 
Smith, Wymbs, E. D. Jones. Gas and Water : 
Messrs. A. Moore, T. P. Stevens, Fenton, J. 
H. Moore, Noon. Printing : Messrs. Mace, 
Murray, Kirkpatrick, Switzer, Frank. Li- 
cense : Messrs. Noon, Fisch, Nicholson, Dun- 
leavy, Foy. Fire Department : Messrs. J. H. 
Smith, Wright, Shirer, Joseph Morgan, W. S. 
Williams. Sanitary : Messrs. C. A. Stevens, 
Brogan, Kirkpatrick, William Morgan, T. G. 



Doud & Nichols, agents for The Dockash 
Grate. 



BUSINESS DIKECTORY. 149 



Jones. Estimates : Messrs. Throop, Doherty, 
Matthews, Hannah, Meyers. Sewers and 
Drains : Messrs. Shirer, J. H. Moore, Straub, 
Birtley. Vice and Immorality : Messrs. 
Phinney, Noble, T. P. Stevens, Corcoran, 
Casey, W. H. Williams, Charles Gallagher. 
Treasurer's Accounts : Messrs. Ripple, Foster, 
Hannah. 

CARBONDALE. 

Mayor, Lucius Marshall ; Treasurer, John 
Duffy ; Assessor, David J. Lewis ; City Attor- 
ney, W. F. Lathrop ; School Superintendent, 
D. N. Lathrop ; Collector, John Kilpatrick ; 
Auditors, Thomas P. Lathrope, Thomas F. 
Collins, M. L. Norton ; Constables, A. G. Nicol, 
Wm. Pell ; Aldermen, John Stuart, J. F. Kin- 
back, J. G. Thompson ; Select Council and 
Commissioners, Wm. B. Miller, P. D. Walsh, 
Geo. W. Conklin, Daniel Hadgins ; Common 
Council, E. A. Dilts, James Morrison, F. El- 
brecht, E. P. Burke, C. Poland, W. T. Jones, 
Michael Dockerty, Wm. James ; School Direc- 
tors, J. B. Yan Bergen, John Campbell, S A. 
McMullen, Stephen Nealon, Martin Jordan, 
Patrick Moran ; Poor Directors, J. H. Bagley, 
P. F. Moffitt, Joseph Missett, P. C. Moran. 



Borough Governments. 
ARCHBALD. 

Burgess, James McGreal ; Clerk, Thomas 



Early breakfasts and happy families 
around The Dockash Crate. 

150 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Law ; President, Jacob Wagner ; Treasurer, 
Wm. H. Kinney ; Chief of Police, M. C. Walsh; 
Tax Collectors, John McGlinn, Anthony Bro- 
derick. 

BLAKELY. 

Burgess, J. G. Bell ; Councilmen, A. S. 
Frear, D. D. Barber, A. S. Newton, Thomas E. 
Jones, Oliver David, David Morgan ; School 
Directors, Wm. Bell, E. D. Ensign, J. D. Peck, 
W. J. McCormick, S. F. White, J. H. Fisher; 
Constable, Joseph Traviss. 

DICKSON. 

No report. 

DUNMORE. 

Burgess, F. D. Chambers ; Borough Coun- 
cil, Michael Murray, Michael Boland, James 
McNulty, James Powell, Peter Yost, Thomas 
Hopkins ; Clerk for Borough Council, John 
M. Dacey ; School Directors, P. H. O'Horo, 
Michael Costelo, Patrick Mongan, Jas. Young, 
James Riley, Richard Howard. 

GLENBURN. 

Burgess, N. C. Northrup ; Council, G. W. 
Palmer, Geo. E. Northrup, Wm. N. Sherman, 
J. G. Hall, Jerome Morrow, H. H. Casterline ; 
High Constable, P. Harloss ; Constable, J. C. 
Northrup ; School Directors, Wm. C. Hall, B. 
J. Hall, S. C. Hall, A. Reed, A. Kittle ; Over- 
seers of Poor, John Northrup, Geo. Sherman ; 
Treasurer, Wm. A. Gardner. 



The Dockash Crate, manufactured at the 
Stove Works, Scranton, Pa. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 151 

GOULDSBOEO. 

Council, George E. Brown, Abial Leonard, 
Wm. Leonard, James Thompson, J. H. Hoff- 
man, J. S. Bachman ; President of Council, 
Geo. E. Brown ; Secretary of Council, J. S. 
Bachman ; Burgess, S. H. Smith. 

JEKMYN. 

Burgess, Wm. Leitz ; Council, John McDer- 
mott, Lewis Pizer, Philip Aylesworth, Wm. 
W. Reese, Wm. Nicholson, Michael Muldoon ; 
Secretary, Richard Stevenson ; Treasurer, 
Jos. Harris ; School Board, Thos. Rennie, Jas. 
Dunn, Wm. Leitz, James Nicholson, E. R. Gill, 
T. P. Williams ; Treasurer, James Dunn, Sec- 
retary, Thos. Rennie ; President, Wm. Leitz. 

OLYPHANT. 

Burgess, J. G. Humphreys ; Councilmen, 
John Reed, Edward Morris, Patrick Cannon, 
John Lawler, Michael Shanly, John McGinty ; 
School Directors, J. C. Edwards, Jas. J. Lynch, 
J. P. McHale, Thos. Mason, Michael Hughes ; 
Constable, Thomas Mahon ; Justices of Peace, 
Patrick Loftus, Wm. Williamson. 

WAVERLY. 

Burgess, A. Bedford ; Town Council, Geo. 
S. Nicholson, John Stone, S. Bedford, W. R. 
Finch, Amos Wright, J. R. Clark. 

WINTON, PA. 

Burgess, W. J. Burke ; Town Council, Philip 
McAndrew, Thomas McAndrew, Andrew Watt, 



Good fires make good cooking— The 
Oockash Grate secures both. 

152 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Micliael Gallagher, Patrick Walsli ; Clerk, 
Jolin Moyles ; Assessor, P. J, Ford ; School 
Directors, Peter Hughes, John Walsh, John 
Ward, W. J. Burke, Thomas Gallagher, James 
McDermott ; Collector, James Lawler. 



Town Governments. 

BENTON. 

No report. 

BUCK. 

Burgess, S. H. Smith ; Council, George E. 
Brown ; President, J. S. Bachman ; Secretaries, 
J. H. Hoffman, A. Leonard, William Leonard, 
James Thompson ; Tax Collector, W. L. Hoff- 
man. 

CLIFTON. 

No report. 

COVINGTON. 

David Dale, Justice of the Peace ; G. W. 
Ayers, Constable ; H. T. Hodgson, Daniel 
Foley, Supervisors ; Wm. Dale, John Brown, 
T. J. Campbell, Auditors ; Treasurer, D. W. 
Dale ; Clerk, Abel Storm ; E. J. Tanfield, John 
Hansom, Overseers of Poor ; Henry Leaders, 
Assessor ; D. W. Jones, E. M. Hodgson, Chas. 
Sutter, M. M. Wardell, Thomas G. Haines, J. 
M. Simpson, School Directors ; J. M. Simpson, 
Judge of Election ; Inspectors, J. A. Hallett, 
M. M. Wardell. 

FELL. 

No report. 



W. C. Doud sellsthis wonderful Dockash 
Grate. 

BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 153 

GREENFIELD. 

Assessors, Henry Taylor, W. Kenioii ; Con- 
stable, T. O. Robinson. 

JEFFERSON. 
Treasurer, A. F. Emery ; Inspectors of Elec- 
tion, Michael Sammon, Wm, Kramer ; Con- 
stable, Monroe Myers ; Judge of Election, H. 
D. Spangenberg ; Auditors, Asa Compton, J. 
G. Heif, A. Warwood ; Overseers of Poor, Al- 
plieus Compton, J. Croop ; Supervisors, J. C. 
Owen, Jacob Rauclimeier ; School Directors, 
F. Rauschmeier, H. D. Spangenburg, George 
House, Michael Moch, M. Foley, J. P. H. V. 
Mitchell ; Assessor, N. Woodruff ; Town Clerk, 
Michael Kelly ; Collector, Frank Rauschmeier. 

LACKAWANNA. 

Supervisors, John M. Jones, Peter Mullen ; 
School Board, John Dempsey, Patrick Judge, 
John B. Daniels, Wm. Dous, W. E. Olds, 
Michael Quinn ; Constable, Dennis O'Len- 
nighan ; Town Clerk, Samuel Price ; Justices 
of the Peace, Martin McDonough, Terrenes 
McAndrew ; Assessor, Patrick Salmon ; Treas- 
urer, Thomas McDonnell ; Auditors, Phillip 
Mulderig, Michael McDonnelh 

MADISON. 

Auditors, Samuel Waderman, Alanson Hinks, 
John J. La Touche ; Town Clerk, I. B. Horn- 
baker ; School Directors, John Evens, Calvin 
Waderman, Erastus Edwards, Isaac Biesecker, 
O. E. Vaughn ; Constable, Daniel Noack. 



The great triumph of all the ages— The 
Dockash Grate. 

154 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

NEWTON. 

Justices, D. W. Richards and H. F. Barrett ; 
School Directors, Peter Sutton, Geo. Snover, 
H. P. Jacobs, C. V. Buskirk, Adam Thompson, 
Abe. Kern ; Assessor, J. B. Richards ; Treas- 
urer, John Cooper ; Constable, W. H. Cooper ; 
Collector, D. W. Richards ; Supervisors, Henry 
Smith, Joseph Kircher ; Auditors, Merret Win- 
ters, W. Shelley ; Town Clerk, Wm. Thomp- 
son. 

NORTH ABINGTON. 

Supervisors, J. P. Lisk and Jos. CarjDenter ; 
Auditors, J. G. Northrup, J. Ellis, J. P. 
Steavens ; School Board, M. B. Dean, Pres. ; 
N. B. Purdy, Sec. ; W. W. Smith, Chas. How, 
Geo. Bailey, E. K Franklin ; Constable, M. 
W. Edwards. 

OLD FORGE. 

Supervisors, John W. Fallen, Wm. Beisecker. 

RANSOM. 

Treasurer, Thos. Johnson ; Town Clerk, D. 
M. Hutmacher ; Supervisors, Moses Ace, 
Henry Landzidle ; Judge of Election, John 
Harlos ; Constable, George Stettler ; Auditors, 
N. G. Reed, Geo. Coon, and John Rossler. 

ROARING BROOK. 

Supervisors, H. Simmons, G. J. Tooley ; 
Treasurer, J. H. Snyder ; Constable, B. E. 
Whitmore. 



Perfect combustion by The Dockash 
causes the greatest economy. 

BUSINESS DIRECTOEY, 155 

SCOTT. 

Justices of Peace, A. Graver, M. B. Vosburg ; 
Constables, A. Collins, — . Simons ; Treasurer, 
R. Taylor ; School Directors, G. M. Kenedy, 
E. Vail, M. B. Vosburg, H. Wheeler, S. Sny- 
der ; Overseers of Poor, R. Stone, S. D. Miller, 

SOUTH ABINGTON. 

Town Clerk, A. A. Davis ; Town Treasurer, 
Geo. Davis ; Sujjervisors of Roads, Geo. Myers, 
J. P. Skinner ; Assessor, R. P. Parker ; Poor 
Director, Norman Leach ; School Directors, 
Giles Leach, Samuel Stevenson, Norman 
Leach, Jesse Brown, John Stone, E. S. Decker ; 
Constable, E. D. Larue. 

SPRING BROOK. 

Auditors, Wm. H. Jones, N. Turner, Israel 
De Pew ; Treasurer, Matthew Lougher ; 
Supervisors, Wm. Ward, Wm. Murony ; Con- 
stable, Jno. Thomas ; School Directors, Wm. 
Elias, D. P. Elias, L. K Call, Joshua Yost ; 
Town Clerk, Griffith Lougher; Overseer of 
Poor, Wm. Snvder. 



Scraiitoii. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK— 334 Lack'a 
ave. Incorporated 1863. Capital, $200,000. 
Suplus, $255,000. J. J. Albright, Pres. ; J. C. 
Piatt, Vice-Pres. ; James A. Linen, Cashier ; 



The Dockash, sold by Doud & Nichols, 
Scranton, Pa. 

156 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Edward S. Jackson, Teller. Directors — Joseph 
J. Albriolit, Thomas Dickson, George L. Dick- 
son, J. C. Piatt, James Blair. 

THIED NATIONAL BANK OF SCEAN- 
TON.— Third National Bank Bldg. 116 Wyo- 
ming ave. Incorporated, April 15, 1872. Pres- 
ent Capital, $200,000. Authorized Capital, 
$1,000,000. Surplus, $33,000. Alfred Hand, 
Pres. ; Lewis Puglie, Vice-Pres. ; N. H. Shafer, 
Cashier. Directors — William Connell, Lewis 
Pughe, John Jermyn, Edward C. Lynde, Fred. 
W. Gunster, Alfred Hand, H. M. Boies, George 
H. Catlin, James Archbald. 

MEECHANT8' AND MECHANICS' BANK. 
— 420 Lack'a ave, Scranton, Pa. Organized, 

1870. Cash Capital, $250,000. Surplus Capi- 
tal, $50,000. President, Daniel Howell; 
Vice-Pres., Thomas Moore ; Cashier, J. T. 
Eichards. Directors — Daniel Howell, D. B. 
Brainard, Thomas Moore, Edward Jones of 
Oylphant, James Jordan, Daniel Howell. 

THE SCEANTON SAVINGS BANK AND 
TEUST CO.— 426 Lack'a ave. Incorporated, 

1871. Capital, $250,000. Edward N. Willard, 
Pres. ; Wm. M. Silkman, Vice-Pres. ; E. P. 
Kingsbury, Sec. ; L. A. Watres, Cashier. Di- 
rectors—Edward N. Willard, Frank D. Col- 
lins, E. A. Coray, John T. Fitzpatrick, M. J. 
Wilson. Discount, Saturdays. 

MINEES' AND MECHANICS LOAN 
AND BANKING ASSOCIATION.— Organized, 
December 11, 1873. Incorporated, April 9, 

1872. Capital, $200,000. Hyde Park. Trus- 



All the old annoyances done away with 
in The Oockash. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 157 

tees : George Sanderson, Pres, ; Benjamin 
Huglies, Vice-Pres. ; A. B. Stevens, Treas. ; A. 
B. Eynon, Cashier ; Thomas D. Davies, T. R. 
Peters, E. C. Fuller, J. A. Robertson, John 
McGarry, Thos. Watkins. 

THE SCRANTON CITY BANK— 117 
Wyoming ave. Incorporated, March, 1873. 
Organized under Special Charter from Legisla- 
ture. Capital, $500,000. Victor Koch, Pres. ; 
Chas. Tropp, Vice-Pres. ; Jos . H. Gunster, 
Cashier ; N. G. Goodman, Sec. Directors — 
Victor Koch, Charles Tropp, N. G. Goodman, 
Charles Fischer, J. H. Gunster, Morris Gold- 
smith, Leo Schimpif, C. D. NeufFer, E. Merri- 
field, J. M. C. Ranck. 

LACKAWANNA VALLEY BANK— Suc- 
cessor to George Sanderson & Co., 401 Lack'a 
ave. Incorporated, August 1, 1873. Geo. 
Sanderson, Pres. ; J. Gardiner Sanderson, 
Vice-Pres. ; W. E. Watkins, Casher. Direc- 
tors — Geo. Sanderson, C. D. Breck, J. G. San- 
derson, R. A. Squire, E. B. Sturges. 

THE HYDE PARK BANK.— Main, H. P. 
Capital, $100,000. Incorporated, 18G7. Or- 
ganized and went into operation Sept. 5, 1870. 
W. H. Heath, Pres. ; John A. Price, Vice- 
Pres. ; W. H. Freeman, Sec. ; O. P. Clark, 
Treas. ; H. Hanford, Cashier. Directors — John 
A. Price, O. P. Clark, R. W. Luce, M. W. Clark, 
W. H. Freeman, H. Hanford, William H. 
Heath, Thomas Phillips, D. M. Jones. Dis- 
count, daily. 

THE SCRANTON SAVINGS BANK— 



A mighty step of Progress made by the 
introduction of The Dockash. 

158 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



120 Wy. ave. Incorporated, 1867. Capital, 
$100,000. James Blair, Pres. ; George Fisher' 
Vice-Pres. ; H. A. Yail, Cashier. Directors 
and Trustees— James Blair, George Fisher, 
James S. Slocum, John I. Blair, Geo. H. Cat- 
lin, James Archbald, A. M. Decker, G. A. 
Fuller. Discount, Saturdays. 

THE SCKANTON TEUST COMPANY 
AND SAVINGS BANK.— Wy. ave. Capital, 
$200,000. H. S. Pierce, Pres. ; Thos. Dickson, 
Vice-Pres. ; H. B. Phelps, Sec. and Treas. ; E. 
Macmillian, Cashier. Directors — Thos. Dick- 
son, H. S. Pierce, W. W. Wintou, John B. 
Smith, Horace B. Phelps, Ira Tripp, W. W. 
Scranton, J. C. Piatt, B. H. Throop. Discount, 
daily. 

CITIZENS' AND MINEES' SAVINGS 
BANK AND TEUST CO.— Market n Main, 
Prov. Capital, $51,450. Incorporated, April, 
1872. Commenced business July 1, 1873. W. 
W. Winton, Pres. ; David C. Lake, Cashier. 
Directors — Isaac Dean, W. W. Winton, J. B. 
Gillespie, D. C. Lake, S. Osterhout, Henry O. 
Silkman, Daniel Silkman. 

i.'arboiidale. 

CAEBONDALE MINEES' & MECHANICS' 
SAVINGS BANK.— 306 Main. John Jermyn, 
President ; Clarence E. Spencer, Cashier. 
Capital, $100,000. Incorporated, May, 1872. 
Directors — John Jermyn, E. E. Hendrick, A. 
Pascoe, W. ^V. Watt, D. K. Morss, E. P. Pat- 



The Dockash abolishes poker, clinker, 
dust, trouble, and annoyance. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 159 

terson, S. A. McMullen, G. S. T. Alexander, 
T. B. Lathrope. 

FIEST NATIONAL BANK— Organized, 
1865. H. S. Pierce, Pres. ; W. W. Brouson, 
Vice-Pres. ; James Stott, Cashier. Capital, 
$110,000. Directors— H. 8. Pierce, W. W. 
Brouson, James Stott, Charles Hagan, J. Ed- 
win Watt, Andrew Watt, Edward Clarkson. 

IMSURA\CE COMPANIES. 

Scraiiton. 

THE MUTUAL FIEE INSUEANCE 
CO., OF SCEANTON, PA.— Office 426 Lack'a 
ave. None but persons of approved character 
accepted as members thereof. Officers — Hon. 
John Handley, Pres. ; George L. Dickson, 
Vice-Pres. ; E. P. Kingsbury, Treas. ; William 
Assion, Sec. Board of Directors — Hon. John 
Handlej, E. P. Kingsbury, Joseph H. 
Gunster, B. E. Leonard, A. S. Hottenstein, 
Patrick McCann, George L. Dickson, Hon. F. 
D. Collins, E. N. Willard, D. B. Brainard, 
William Schull, James Jorden, Hon. F. W. 
Gunster. 

THE CAMBEIAN MUTUAL FIEE IN- 
SUEANCE CO., OF SCEANTON, PA.— Co- 
operative Build'g, Main n Jackson, H. P. 
Incorporated, Jan. 3, 1871. Assets, $139,288.24. 
B. Hughes, Pres. ; H. M. Edw^ards, Vice-Pres. ; 
David M. Jones, Treas. ; B. E. Evans, Sec. and 
Gen. Agent. 



The Dockash encourages promptness, 
economy, morality, and happiness. 

160 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 



I.\CORPORATEI> COMPANIES. 

8craiiton. 

DELAWAKE & HUDSON CANAL CO.— 

Incorporated, 1823. Capital, $20,000,000. 
Franklin ave., cor. Vine. Thos. Dickson, 
Pres., Scrantou, Pa. ; C. F. Young, Gen. Man- 
ager, Honesdale, Pa. ; James C. Hartt, Treas., 
New York City ; George L. Haight, Sec, New 
York ; H. S. Marcy, Gen. FreiglitAgt., Albany ; 
Josej)li Angell, Gen. Passenger and Ticket 
Agt., Albany ; E,. C. Blackall, Snpt. rolling 
stock, Albany; C. D. Hammond, Div. Supt., 
Oneonta, N. Y. ; Theodore Voorliees, Div. 
Supt., Troy, N. Y. ; E. W. Weston, Gen. Keal 
Estate Agt., Scranton ; J. J. Albright, Gen. 
Sales Agt., Scranton ; A. H. Vandling, Supt. 
Coal Dept., Scranton ; R. Manville, Suj)t. R. 
R. Dept., Carbondale, Pa. 

DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA & WEST- 
ERN RAILROAD CO.— Principal office, 26 
Exchange place, New York. Incorporated 
1853. Capital, $20,000,000. President, Sam- 
uel Sloan ; Secretary, F. F. Chambers ; Vice- 
President, Percy R. Pyne ; Treasurer, F. H. 
Gibbeus ; Auditor, Fred. F. Chambers ; Man- 
agers, Wm. E. Dodge, Moses Taylor, George 
Bulkley, John I. Blair, Rufus R. Graves, Sim- 
eon B. Chittenden, John Brisbin, George 
Bliss, Percy R. Pyne, William Walter Phelps, 
B. G. Clark, Wilson G. Hunt, Henry A. Kent, 
A. L. Dennis. James Archbald, Chief Engineer ; 
W. R. Storrs, Gen'l Coal Agent ; W. F. Hal- 



The Dockash Crate, the only perfect 
fire-cleaning apparatus. 

BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 161 

stead, Supt. ; G. Bogert, Asst. Supt. ; Walter 
Dawson, Master Mechanic ; B. A. Hegeman, 
Gen'l Freight Agent ; W. F. Holwill, Gen'l 
Ticket Agent ; R. F. Westcott, Gen'l Baggage 
Agent ; R. McKenna, Supt. Car Repairers ; 
James W. Fowler, Chief Clerk, Snpt's office, 
Scranton ; Paymaster, J. H. Bessell. 

LACKA. & BLOOMESBURG RAILROAD 
(owned and operated by the D., L. & W. R. R. 
CO.) «— ^ 

CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JER- 
SEY (Lehigh & Susquehanna Division) — F. S. 
Lathrop, Receiver ; James Moore, Supt. and 
Engineer ; W. W. Stearns, Asst. Supt. ; H. P. 
Baldwin, Gen. Pass. Agt. ; P. H. Wyckoif, Gen. 
Ft. Agt. ; General offices, 119 Liberty street, 
New York ; W. S. Polhemus, Asst. Supt. 
Mauch Chunk. 

THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO. 

—Established, 1856. Capital, $600,000. Geo. 
L. Dickson, Pres. ; W. H. Perkins, Sec. and 
Treas.; W. B. Culver, Gen'l Supt. Office, 
Penn. ave., cor. Vine. Manufacture locomo- 
tives, stationary engires, boilers, cars, etc. 

FAIRLAWN COAL CO.— Limited.— J.'! P. 
Hosie, Supt. ; Managers, John Hosie, J.] P. 
Hosie, James Archbald, Geo. H. Catlin. 

THE HILLSIDE COAL AND IRON CO.— 
119 Wyoming ave. E. M. Clymer, Pres. ; 
Samuel Hines, Supt. 

PENN'A ANTHRACITE COAL CO.— 
Office, 226 Lack'a ave. Incorporated 1864. 
11 



The Dockash Crate, sold by W. C. Doud, 
Scranton, Pa. 

162 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

Capital, $2,000,000. E. A. Coray, Pres. ; E. 
T. McCabe, Secretary and Treasurer. 

LACKA. IRON AND COAL CO.— Jeff ave., 
cor. Lack'a ave. Incorporated, 1853. Capital, 
$3,000,000. E. F. Hatfield, Jr., Pres. ; N. W. 
H. Hicks. Treas. ; E. C. Lynde, Sec. ; E. P. 
Kingsbury, Asst. Treas. ; W. W. Scranton, 
Gen'l. Manager. Iron and Steel Manufs. 

THE MOOSIC POWDER CO.— 116 Wy- 
oming ave. Incorporated, 1865. Capital, 
$300,000. Henry M. Boies, Pres. ; John D. 
Slierer, Sec. ; J. Curtis Piatt, Treas. 

NORTHWESTERN MINING AND EX- 
CHANGE CO.— 119 Wyoming ave. E. M. 
Clymer, Pres. ; Samuel Hines, Supt. ; Mines at 
Daguscalionda City, Elk Co., Pa. 

SCRANTON FREAR STONE AND MFG. 
CO. — 310 Lack'a ave. Incorporated, 1873. 
Capital, $25,000. A. Frotliingliam, Sec. 

SCRANTON GAS AND WATER CO.— 
120 Wyoming ave. Incorporated, 1854. J. J. 
Albright, Pres. ; Geo. B. Hand, Sec. ; Chas. E. 
Judson, Supt. and Treas. Price of gas, $2.50 
net per thousand. 

HYDE PARK GAS CO.— H. B. Phelps, 
Pres. Works, Wyoming n Lack'a ave., H. P. 

SCRANTON SILK MAN'FY.— Washing- 
ton ave., c Fig, n L. & S. R. R. Incorporated, 
1873. Cash Capital, $100,000. 

SCRANTON STOVE AND MFG. CO.— 
Lack 'a ave., c 7th. Incorporated, 1866. 
Capital, $60,000. W. W. Winton, Pres. ; John 
A. Price, Sec. and Treas. 



Economy, Durability, and Perfection at- 
tained in The Dockash Crate. 

BUSINESS DIBECTOEY. 163 

WESTON MILLS CO. (Limited).— Incor- 
porated, December, 1874. 47 Lack'a ave. C. 
T. Weston, Manager ; A. W. Dickson, Treas. 
Flour, Grain and Feed. 

THE STOWEKS POEK PACKING AND 
PROVISION CO.— Mifflin ave. c Centre. 
Incorporated, 1870. Capital, $100,000. A. M. 
Decker, Pres. ; U. M. Stowers, Treas. and 
Manager ; M. E. Stowers, Sec. 

PEOPLE'S STREET RAILWAY CO.— 
Office, Linden, bet Wyoming and Washington 
aves. 

SCRAXTO.\ BOARS> OF TRADE. 

Hon. Lewis Pughe, Pres. ; Wm. T. Smith, 
Vice-Pres. ; A. W. Dickson, Treas. ; I. F. 
Fuller, Sec. ; A. D. Holland, Assist.-Sec. ; G. 
A. Fuller, Wm. H. Perkins, and Wm. Connell, 
Trustees. 

§CRAXTON BOARD OF IXSURAXCE. 

Office, 117 Wyoming ave. Underwriters, J. 
D. Fuller, Pres. ; R. W. Luce, Sec. Members, 
C. Fuller & Son, A. Frothingliam, Chas. R. 
Smith, R. W. Luce, W. J. Lewis, Fellows & 
Norman. 

r. S. I\TER^AE REVEXUE. 
Scranton. 

J. Bryant, Deputy Collector, Lack'a ave. n 
Washington ave. 

NEAVSPAPERS. 

Scraiiton. 

THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN.— Daily 



The great triumph of all the ages— The 
Dockash Crate. 

164 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

and weekly. Bepublican Building, Wyoming 
ave., cor. Centre. Daily, established 1867. 
Weekly, 1856. Daily, $7.00. Circulation, 
5,000. Weekly, $2.00. Circulation, 2,200. 
J. A. Scranton, Editor and Proprietor. 

SCRANTON JOURNAL.— 303 Lack'a ave. 
Established, 1867. Weekly, $2.00 per year. 
Circulation, 1,200. Geo. W. Benedict, Editor 
and Proprietor. 

SCRANTON DAILY TIMES.— 226 Lack'a 
ave. Established, 1870. Daily, $7.00. A. A. 
Chase, Editor. 

SCRANTON HEROLD (GERMAN).— N. 
Keifer, Editor and Proprietor. 303 Lack'a 
ave. 

SCRANTON LAW TIMES.~226 Lack'a 
ave. Established, 1873. Weekly, $2.00 per 
year. A. A. Chase, Editor. 

SCRANTON WEEKLY TIMES.— 424 
Lack'a ave. Established, 1873. Terms, $1.00 
per year. A. A. Chase, Editor. 

SUNDAY VISITOR.— 322 Lack'a ave. Price, 
5 cents per copy. Dr. T. J. Higgins and J. D. 
Regan, Editors. 

WOCHENBLATT.— 427 Lack'a ave. Es- 
tablished, 1865. Weekly, terms, $2.00 per 
year. August Stutzbach, Editor and Proprie- 
tor. 

SUNDAY FREE PRESS.— Republican 
Building. Established, June 9th, 1872. Cir- 
culation, 10,000. $2.00 per year. F. A. 
Beamish, Editor and Proprietor. 



Doud & Nichols, agents for The Dockash 
Crate. 

BUSINESS DIRECTOEY. 165 

Carboiidale. 

CAKBONDALE LEADEE.— Wall. Terms, 

$1.00. D. N. Lathrop, Editor and Proprietor. 

THE CAKBONDALE ADVANCE.— 409 

Churcli. Terms, $2.00. S. S. Benedict, Editor 
and Proprietor. 

]»IILITARY. 

THIRTEENTH REGIMENT, THIRD 
BRIGADE, N. G. P., Headqviarters, Scranton, 
Pa. — Field and Staff. Scranton, Pa. — Colonel, 
Henry M. Boies; Lieut.-CoL, F. L. Hitchcock; 
Major, Ezra R. Ripple ; Adjutant, R. Macmil- 
lan ; Quartermaster, James Ruthven ; Com- 
missary, Henry A. Kingsbury ; Paymaster, 
Geo. Sanderson, Jr. ; Surgeon, N. Y. Leet, M. 

D. ; Asst. Surgeon, Henry N. Dunnell, M. D. ; 
Chaplain, Rev. Samuel C. Logan, D. D. 

Line Offcers. A Company, Scranton, Pa. — 
Captain, Henry A. Knapp ; 1st Lieut., Ed. J. 
Smith ; 2d Lieut., Jno. C. Highriter. 

B Company, Scranton, Pa. — Captain, D. Bar- 
tholomew ; 1st Lieut., William Kellow ; 2d 
Lieut., Chas. R. Fuller. 

C Company, Scranton, Pa. — Captain, Henry 
A. Coursen; 1st Lieut., Lewis A. Watres; 2d 
Lieut., Chas. E. Judson. 

D Company, Scranton, Pa. — Captain, James 
A. Linen; 1st Lieut., Samuel Hines; 2d Lieut., 
Edward S. Jackson. 

U Company, Honesdale, Pa. — Captain, Geo. 

E. Bentley ; 1st Lieut., D. R. Atkinson ; 2d 
Lieut., Horace G. Young. 



Early breakfasts and happy families 
around The Dockash Crate. 

166 THE LACKAWANNA COUNTY 

F Company, Carbondale, Pa. — Captain, John 
O. Miles ; 1st Lieut., Thomas M. Lindsay ; 2d 
Lieut., William M. Thompson. 

O Company, Susquehanna, Pa. — Captain, 
James Smith; 1st Lieut., Sylvester L. French; 
2d Lieut., Geo. A. Post. 

H Company, Pleasant Valley, Pa. — Captain, 
Frank J. Boone; 1st Lieut., ; 2d Lieut., 



The Thirteenth Regiment, N. G. of Pa., was 
organized in October, 1878, at the time of the 
general re-organization of the State Militia, 
upon the foundation offered by the Battalion 
of the Scranton City Guard. The four Com- 
panies composing the S. C. G., now Compa- 
nies A, B, C and D, Thirteenth Regiment, 
were the outgrowth of the brave and historic 
" Citizens' Corps," recruited upon the call of 
Mayor McKune for the preservation of law 
and order at the time of the labor troubles in 
the summer of 1877, forty of whose members 
hastily assembled at a moment's notice and 
dispersed the mob which had attacked the 
Mayor. At that time the necessity for an effi- 
cient military organization impressed itself 
so forcibly upon the minds of the people that 
a large subscription was raised for the equip- 
ment of the Scranton City Guard, by means of 
which these four companies were not only 
fully uniformed, but a plot of ground on 
Adams avenue was purchased, and supple- 
mented by a loan a substantial and commo- 
dious Armory of brick was built for them. The 



The Dockash, sold by Doud & Nichols, 
Scranton, Pa. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 167 

Armory contains two headquarters rooms, 
four company rooms, a drill room 75x90 feet, 
a janitor's room and store room. The build- 
ing committee was composed of Messrs. Jas. 
Archbald, Wm. Cornell and N. A. Schoon- 
maker, on the part of the citizens, and 
Major H. M. Boies, Capt. A. Bryson, Jr., and 
Lieut. Wm. Kellow, three of the Guard. The 
corner-stone was laid by the Masonic Frater- 
nity in the presence of a large concoiirse and 
with appropriate ceremonies, November 14, 
1877, and it was opened for use by a grand 
military ball January 31, 1878. The Scranton 
City Guard had the honor of receiving and 
escorting the President of the United States 
upon the occasion of his visit to the Wyoming 
Centennial, July 3, 1878, and was highly com- 
plimented for their discipline and drill the 
next day in Wilkesbarre. In August of that 
year, the Honesdale Guard (Co. E), and the 
Guards of Carbondale (Co. F), were re- 
cruited and added to the Battalion, which 
was subsequently organized as a Regi- 
ment by the addition of the Zouaves, of 
Susquehanna (Co. G), and Captain Boone's 
Company of the old Ninth Begiment, from 
Pleasant Yalley (Co. H), and now enjoys the 
reputation of being one of the crack regiments 
of the State, composed as it is of the repre- 
sentative men of Lackawanna county and the 
counties adjoining. 



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The following parties are using these Furnaces : 



Hon. fleorge Sanderson, 

Hon. Lewis Pughe, 

Gen. E. Phinney, 

Col. Ira IVipp, 

Hon. Sanford Grant. 

Col. F. L. Hitchcock. 

Hon. ( ;. W. Palmer, 

Hon. James Slociim. 

Dr.iN. V. I.cet, 

Dr. C"onklin, 

Or. Rush. 

Dr. D. H. Uiinnell. 

Dr. H. H. Throop. 

Rev. ^\. B. Whitty, 

Rev. T. M. Cann. 

Rev. Father Schelle, 

Penn. \v. Kaptist Churcli, 

St. Mary's R. C. Church, 

Hlakely liaptist Church, 

D. L. & W. R. R'd Company. 

Lackawanna Valley House, 

Coe. F. Young, 

Hon. William Jessup. 



Scranton Trust Co. S: Hank, 

S. H. Stevens, 

S. M. Nash. 

Charles Whitteniore, 

K. C. Dlinmick, 

1st. National I'ank, Carhondale 

H. Belin,Jr., 

H. ^L noies, 

M. H. Pale, 

1). P>. Hrainartl. 

Daniel Howell, 

Thos. Dickson. 

S. H. Coston, 

K. .A. Forrester. 

J.W.Carney, 

K. K. Hendrick>, 

A. H. Winton, 

C. P. INLitthews, 

R. J. Matthews. 

Del. & Hud. Canal Company, 

G. G. Waller, 

Hon. G. M. Harding, 

William Matthews, 



P. McCanu, 

H. S. Pierce, 

D. N. Green, 

R. W. Luce, 

H.l!. Phelps, 

Thos. Lathrop, 

Wm. F. Hallstead, 

\. G. Gillmore, 

(iraded School No. i, 

Public Schools Nos. 7. S, g, 

Wm. J>. Culver, 

Dwight Maker. 

Jno. C. Phelps, 

H . F. Athcrton, 

N. Kramer, 

Richard Henwood, 

Jno. Phillips, 

Ezra Ripple, 

David Morris, 

13. G. Morss, 

W. H. Stanton, 

Gov. Henry M. Hoyt. 



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t>iroii^h, ai'.d wh«ch can be seen (■■. iiol '.in,- (! - Ouvset to tbf lit^ht. ' . ' 

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inr tors.-V It holds tne v.ei-ht of fh<» xlc;.,i' •. rro^i ^ i<' f;..'nldei.. :p' -.v' tfi;, .^kirt-Sui, , 
'•".ni;,ies all weight from the w.ast and .pin-. . ■ " ''"^* - "•' 

No Physicians who have cxarn'Mca the-;.' ('orsel.^h.we evc' itater . ,-, tUeir •n.quaUt ■ J 

approval, rhey are worth m-iny times Ine.r eo.=f to a)) wh- ' preci^i •v.'u. ' not only .. ^ 

i>, rieetiv h,ir -.u., ,.,. ,i.,i„. fi,,,.., ^-jio wear them to dre«s in .'\cci. , ' icc nii ii , .te in.-n of i,ni-.'.th. 

aDlz^:E]C'rzo2^•TS. 

In HLndiuijforCurbcu, t<tke " H'ftwr' ineasme .)ver o.lo'' : ^ , ^^,1 dedict two or three inchee ■> 

V aist. and i2 for 2'^ and 23 inch, etc. The strar = over th.; sh' ■. .r. i,ie left open, to be adjasted to fit ih^: 
'ilid n "- fo Huir "''^ together. Leave iacingP • ' ■ (, hook fmnt steels, and then draw up 

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Mioses' Corsets (V^hii Colored). 
Miss '^^ HorsetM. with Skid and ftockiny; Supj)orter Atta;. • 18 to 'iti $-/oo 

Ladies' Regular Corsets (vVh;' ; or Colored.) 

T{ei."..tti (.'.iisels, with M<-irl, i.'ni .-i.nekinj; Snp]i..r ■ r A'.:„.|..:..>n' - 1*5 to 30 r,n 

■,( to'3(« i; 1 

■ to 40 -.J 

/..adies' Ahdoa>.iii.al Cor-se' v ( ■"• • ->. ■ . 

Abiiowiiid Corsets, with i^kirt and Storking Siinp!- rrrr Ainrhraci; : '. 

',.' r. ■' 31 to at) ■'■ ,■ 

37 to «l 4 -J'> 

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AMY OF THE ^BOVt GOODS SENT BY .WAIL ON RECEIPT Or PrtlCE. 

w.N'ry sriouv.) r>.:.; sent Hx p. .). (> |er, ^iH m RiiGiSTi.KEii l/ttfr. 



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